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Sri P Charan»
Bethala John»
Sudha, Sarathi, Revathi, Pavan, Ramya & Linus»
Embar Kannan & Durgaprasad»
Sudha»
Pastor John Wesley»
Sudha, Revathi, Ramya & Rajesh Vaidya»
Hadlee Xavier»
Pastor Freddy Paul»
Anwesha Dutta & Deepak Pandit»
Felix Theodore»
Jonah Samuel»
Immanuel Paul Perli»
Pt Vishwa Mohan Bhatt & Swetha Mohan»
Md. Irfan, Ustad Feroz Khan, Rasheed Khan & Rakesh Pandit»
Rufus Ganta»
John Vittney»
Sudha, Revathi & Ramya»
Sudha, Revathi, Ramya & Ramyasruthi»
Sharon Rose Pammi»
Pastor John»
Pastor Abraham»
Chinmayi Sripada»
Yesu Oggu»
Kavitha Shaik»
Enoch Jagan»
Samson Judson»
Ranjith»
Shweta Mohan»
Vijay Cormaty»
Ankitha Kaki»
Sam Alex Pasula»
Prabhu Das»
Kiran»
Prem Joseph»
Allen Ganta»
Nja Voice»
John Wesly B»
Karthik»
Raj Prakash Paul»
Jessy Raj Paul»
Sobha»
Aaron Jeshurun»
Samy Pachigalla»
Prabhu Pammi»
Shobha Rachel»
Janani»
Sam Alex»
Sounds of the Nations India»
Nycil Kk»
38.20 Worship»
Rev. K. Daniel Abraham»
Stephen Jebakumar»
Pranam Kamlakhar»
John Erry»
Anil Mohan Ashirvad Luke»
Srinisha»
Ravinder Vottepu»
Jeeva R Pakerla»
Narsingha»
G.W. Prabhakar»
John Bilmoria»
ENOSH KUMAR»
Sudha & Revathi»
kwaito»
thai hip hop»
hong kong hip hop»
new jack swing»
urban contemporary»
telugu worship»
pop nacional»
guatemalan pop»
kazakh pop»
tamil hip hop»
kosovan pop»
albanian pop»
taiwan hip hop»
pop paraguayo»
malaysian hip hop»
polynesian pop»
namibian pop»
malaysian tamil pop»
kyrgyz pop»
vietnamese hip hop»
canadian latin»
police band»
avant-rock»
drone psych»
italian progressive rock»
canadian post-rock»
japanese psychedelic»
polish experimental»
norwegian experimental»
indonesian experimental»
neofolk»
taiwan experimental»
peruvian experimental»
turkish experimental»
zeuhl»
freak folk»
slow core»
canterbury scene»
martial industrial»
modern psychedelic folk»
rock progresivo mexicano»
@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 4,402 genre-shaped distinctions by Spotify as of 2020-06-02. 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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