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Habib Hakimov»
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Zulaikho Mahmadshoeva»
Shahzodi Davron»
Jurabek Murodov»
Gulasal Pulotova»
Anvar Akhmedov»
Dilovar Safarov»
Suhrobi Safarzod»
Zafar Abdualimov»
Nigina Amonkulova»
Jahongir Zaripov»
Hasan Kamol»
Afzalshoh Shodiev»
Golibjon Yusupov»
Shams»
Baraka»
Daler Nazarov»
Samad Ghani»
Shabnam Suraya»
Bahrom Gafuri»
Valijon Azizov»
Oleg Fesov»
Damirbek Olimov»
Tahmina Niyazova»
Parem»
Parvin Yusufy»
Farzonai Khurshed»
Zulaykho Mahmadshoeva»
Farzona Khurshed»
Jonibek Murodov»
Shaheen Sharif»
Farangis Dunyo»
Firuza Hafizova»
Sadriddin»
Alisher Ibodulloev»
Khovar Murodov»
Mehrnigori Rustam»
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Zaynura Pulodova»
Shabnami Surayo»
Umedi Sharifzod»
Nigina Amonqulova»
Shabnam Surayo»
carimbo»
tajik pop»
ghanaian gospel»
latinx alternative»
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volkspop»
puerto rican pop»
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axe»
shaabi»
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rwandan pop»
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musica popular paraense»
desi hip hop»
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rock keyboard»
ai»
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rock in opposition»
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french experimental rock»
krautrock»
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freak folk»
canterbury scene»
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experimental jazz»
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zeuhl»
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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 5,002 genre-shaped distinctions by Spotify as of 2020-10-25. 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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