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Dedi Sobandi»
Mang Eppen»
The gamelan sunda of the Bakti Buddha Ensemble»
The gamelan degung of the Bandung Studios of Radio Republik Indonesia»
Eros Rosita»
Galih Pakuan group of Bandung»
The dalang Tjatja Taryana and the Sundanese gamelan of the "Bakti Budaya" Ensemble»
Adjat Sudrajat»
Mang Koko K»
Ono Sukarna»
Rahmat Rupiandi»
RRI Bandung Gamelan Degung»
I Wayan Sadra»
The gamelan sunda salendro of the Bandung Studios of Radio Republik Indonesia»
Benny Corda»
Endang Sukandar»
Gentra Pasundan»
Gamelan Degung»
Ida Widawati»
Asep Sunandar Sunarya»
L. S. Kancana Sari Bandung»
Lyar, Adjib & Suryana»
Kancana Sari, Endang Sukandar»
Degung Sunda Jawa»
Degung Sangkala»
Mojang Priangan»
Degung Sabilulungan»
Suryabrata»
Pak Supria»
Enip Sukanda»
Euis Komariah»
Jugala»
Degung Purbasaka»
Degung Wis Kasil»
Degung Orchestra»
Gusti Sudarsana»
Suara Parahiangan»
Nano S»
Ujang Suryana»
Uking Sukri»
LS Kancana Sari»
LS Gentra Pasundan»
E Koestyara and Group Gapura»
Sundanese village groups»
Indonesian Ethnic Project»
LS Gentra Langgeng Asih»
Eppen Soetardie»
Degung Sunda Terlaris»
Ajeng Group»
Drs. Hikmat»
Degung»
Bojong Jati village ketuk tilu ensemble»
guitarra portuguesa»
scottish jazz»
brazilian modern jazz»
slack-key guitar»
spanish jazz»
jazz violin»
oud»
sundanese traditional»
polca paraguaya»
thai instrumental»
mallet»
russian jazz»
violao»
argentine jazz»
australian jazz»
choro»
jazz composition»
jazz brass»
gamelan»
rap metal espanol»
german alternative rock»
denpa-kei»
wrestling»
j-division»
modern downshift»
j-core»
neo-industrial rock»
industrial metal»
neue deutsche harte»
dortmund indie»
j-poprock»
eurobeat»
coventry indie»
oshare kei»
electropowerpop»
russian alternative»
hungarian punk»
vocaloid»
electronic 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 3,587 genre-shaped distinctions by Spotify as of 2019-10-11. 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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