Every Noise at Once · traditional country   scan   playlist   intro   pulse   edge   2019   new
Uncle John Scruggs»
Grandpa Jones and his Granchildren»
Hank Snow, The Singing Ranger, And His Rainbow Ranch Boys»
James and Martha Carson»
Little Brenda Lee»
Lester Flatt»
Flatt & Scruggs»
Hoosier Hot Shots»
Elton Britt»
Slim Willet»
Walter Brennan»
Mother Maybelle»
2nd South Carolina String Band»
Deford Bailey»
Bill Monroe & His Blue Grass Boys»
The Wilburn Brothers»
Bill Monroe»
Uncle Charlie Osborne»
George Hamilton IV»
Faron Young»
Warner Mack»
Roy Acuff & His Crazy Tennesseeans»
Ernest Tubb»
Bradley Kincaid»
Wilma Lee»
Jimmie Skinner»
Jimmie Davis»
George Morgan»
Hank Williams»
The Monroe Brothers, Bill and Charlie Monroe»
Jimmie Rodgers»
The Stanley Brothers»
Lefty Frizzell»
Billy Walker»
Uncle Dave Macon»
Coon Creek Girls»
Little Jimmy Dickens»
Hawkshaw Hawkins»
The Maddox Brothers and Sister Rose»
Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys»
The Maddox Brothers & Rose»
Charlie Louvin»
Bob Wills»
The Delmore Brothers»
Roy Acuff»
The Carter Family»
Chet Atkins & His Colorado Mountain Boys»
Charlie Poole»
Bill Carlisle»
Clyde Moody»
Patsy Montana»
Sons of the Pioneers»
Kitty Wells»
Hank Thompson And His Brazos Valley Boys»
Eddy Arnold»
Fiddlin John Carson»
Ray Price»
Hank Thompson»
Gene Autry»
Tennessee Mountaineers»
Ernest Ashworth»
vintage swedish pop»
country boogie»
bluegrass gospel»
appalachian folk»
french folk»
traditional british folk»
country gospel»
cowboy western»
western swing»
traditional folk»
traditional country»
nashville sound»
honky tonk»
neo-industrial rock»
dark post-punk»
dark wave»
gotico brasileiro»
electronic djent»
estonian metal»
industrial rock»
neue deutsche harte»
future rock»
south african metal»
rock gotico»
industrial metal»
chinese metal»
rhythm game»
digital hardcore»
power noise»
@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 4,712 genre-shaped distinctions by Spotify as of 2020-08-07. 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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