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Enossa Waiganna»
Yenge, a boy of Taute Village»
Tasi Kabulo: String Band»
Gaso, gigio, Sowelo, Agale»
Yamtulu calling to her sister, Sengu in te Taute Village»
Lowlands (The Koubos)»
Costumed, dancing drummers»
Visitors from Dumir»
Burning bamboo thicket in the Taute Village»
So'ope, a monan of Taute Village»
Bilu, an older man with women and young people in the Taute Village»
BVDC String Band»
Celebrants in the Wilkili Village»
Lus Mangi Grin Neks String Ban»
Waiape, a man of Tuatue Village»
Fifteen working men»
Fo:fo:, Miseme»
Kumoi, a man of Taute Village»
Suwe a men from the Taute Village»
Young people in the Otemgi Village»
Difalasulu String Band»
Women mourners of the Taute Village»
Highlands (The Bimis)»
Gusuwa String Band»
Two sisters and their husbands of the Taute Village»
Lus Mangi Grin Neks String Band»
Suwe calling to her daughter in the Taute Village»
Bosavi village»
Kuruwai, a man of Taute Village»
BVDC III String Band»
Highlands (The Gabussis)»
Women of the Wilkiki Village»
Chorus of men in Northese New Guinea (Seleo ner Berlinhafen)»
A weeping group»
Bosavi men»
Kemuli String Band»
BVDC II String Band»
BBK String Band»
Gasali Mates String Band»
Papua New Guinea Stringbands With Bob Brozman»
Men from the northern coastal area of West Papua»
Men of the Wilkili Village»
Melody Rascals Group»
Blasius To Una Turtavu»
The Lani Singers»
Les Dani de Nouvelle Guinée»
Ragnar Johnson»
The Marind Anim of West Papua»
Gude Band»
Men of the Taute Village»
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@EveryNoise ·  glenn mcdonald
Every Noise at Once is an ongoing attempt at an algorithmically-generated, readability-adjusted scatter-plot of the musical genre-space, based on data tracked and analyzed for 3,506 genre-shaped distinctions by Spotify as of 2019-09-16. The calibration is fuzzy, but in general down is more organic, up is more mechanical and electric; left is denser and more atmospheric, right is spikier and bouncier.
Click anything to hear an example of what it sounds like.
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