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Group of Hanunóo musicians»
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Maranoa»
Tiruray man and woman»
Group of Hanunóo women»
Ilingot»
Bontoc»
Hanunóo gitgit player»
Barranggay Folk Troupe»
Hanunóo performers»
Kulintang»
Gongs from the basalan gong ensemble»
MNLF»
Magindanaon epic chant»
Lendungen Simfal»
Kubing»
Dabakan player of basalan gong ensemble»
Kalayo»
Juan Silos Jr. & His Rondalla»
Lucrecia R. Kasilag»
The Philippine Traditional Band»
Dayaw»
Kulintang player of basalan gong ensemble»
Aga Mayo Butocan»
Fiesta Filipina»
Makiling»
Benjamin Pangosban»
Bayanihan Phillipine Dance Company»
Bayanihan Philippine Dance Company»
Bendaly»
Diwa de Leon»
Grace Nono»
Agung, tambul, and dabakan»
Pinikpikan»
The Kalanduyan Family»
Basalan gong ensemble»
Katutubong Mananayaw»
Juan Silos Jr. & Rondalla»
Amelito Bokayo»
Juan Silos Jr.»
Fred Ho Featuring The Asian American Art Ensemble And Kulintang Arts»
Fingguy Flang»
Kudyapi'»
Luming Tuan»
Talahib People's Music»
Agung player of the basalan gong ensemble»
Babandil player of basalan gong ensemble»
Hanunóo man»
Luz Morales»
Gandingan player of the basalan gong ensemble»
jazz colombiano»
accordion»
steel guitar»
moroccan traditional»
jazz accordion»
bossa nova jazz»
hammond organ»
musique traditionnelle congolaise»
mandolin»
polka»
jazz caraibes»
deep latin jazz»
charango»
rumba»
bandolim»
pinoy traditional»
ainu folk»
kora»
ukulele»
instrumental soul»
jazz funk»
tamaulipas indie»
grunge pop»
swiss alternative rock»
modern rock»
warrington indie»
modern uplift»
northern irish indie»
progressive alternative»
medieval rock»
modern alternative rock»
christian alternative rock»
english indie rock»
danish rock»
reading indie»
greek rock»
taiwan rock»
south african rock»
leicester indie»
indie rock mexicano»
heavy gothic rock»
@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 5,000 genre-shaped distinctions by Spotify as of 2020-10-16. 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.
 
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