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Her Blue Grass Boys»
Ace Brigode & His Fourteen Viginians»
Jack Albin»
Lovie Austin & Her Serenaders»
Leonard Joy & The Victor Orchestra»
Supersparkle»
Beth Challis»
Bert Ambrose & The Whispering Orchestra»
Nat Shilkret And His Orchestra»
Mezz Mezzrow»
Benny Goodman»
The Savoy Orpheans»
Charlie Barnet»
Harry Hudson & His Melody Men»
Wingy Manone»
Gene Austin»
Benny Krueger's Orchestra»
Ruth Etting»
Bunny Berigan»
Savoy Orpheans»
Vincent Rose»
Al Friedman & his Orchestra»
Birt Firman & His Carlton Hotel Dance Orchestra»
Phil Spitainy's Music»
Isham Jones Orchestra»
Jean Goldkette»
Jack Hylton & His Orchestra»
Nick Lucas»
Cab Calloway & His Orchestra»
Isham Jones & His Orchestra»
Jack Shilkret's Orchestra»
Regent Club Orchestra»
Luckey Roberts»
Johnny Marvin»
The Picadilly Players»
Jelly Roll Morton»
Edna Brown»
Fletcher Henderson»
Colonial Club Orchestra»
Ben Selvin and His Orchestra»
Lil Hardin Armstrong»
Jabbo Smith»
Gene Rodemich's Orchestra»
Nathan Glantz»
Red Nichols»
B. A. Rolfe & His Lucky Strike Orchestra»
Valaida Snow»
Leslie Sarony»
Jane Green»
Carroll Gibbons & The New Mayfair Dance Orchestra»
Nathan Glantz & His Orchestra»
Tom Waltham & His Ad Libs»
Art Landry & His Orchestra»
Roy Eldridge»
Jimmy Dorsey»
Clarence Williams»
The Charleston Chasers»
Jack Teagarden»
Mike Speciale & His Orchestra»
Reb Spikes' Majors And Minors»
Una Mae Carlisle»
Joe Venuti»
Ben Bernie»
Jesse Stafford and His Orchestra»
Paul Whiteman & His Orchestra»
Slim Gaillard»
Adele & Fred Astaire»
Aileen Stanley»
Joe Venuti's Blue Four»
Nat Shilkret»
Don Voorhees & His Orchestra»
Charlie Johnson's Paradise Ten»
Jack Shilkret & His Orchestra»
Al Jolson»
Miami Marimba Band»
Chick Endor»
Irving Kaufman»
Coon-Sanders' Original Nighthawk Orchestra»
Muggsy Spanier»
Eddie Walters»
Broadway Broadcasters»
The Cotton Club Orchestra»
Fred Rich & His Hotel Astor Orchestra»
King Oliver»
Ben Selvin & His Orchestra»
Scrappy Lambert»
Vic Meyers' Music»
Johnny Dodds»
Ted Brownagle And His Orchestra»
The Seven Blue Babies»
Thomas Morris & His Seven Hot Babes»
Dorothy Dickson»
The Revelers»
Ted Lewis»
Ben Bernie & His Hotel Roosevelt Orchestra»
Lee Morse»
The Boswell Sisters»
Art Tatum»
Abe Lyman's California Orchestra»
Al Goering's Collegians»
Jimmie Lunceford»
Charlie Davis and His Orchestra»
Tom Walktham & His Ad Libs»
Eddie Heywood's Kansas City Blackbirds»
Earl Hines»
H. Oresta & his Queensland Orchestra»
Bert Maddison Dance Orchestra»
Eddie Condon»
McKinney's Cotton Pickers»
The Revelers»
Arthur Gibbs and His Gang»
The Golden Gate Orchestra»
Frank Munn»
Kid Ory»
Kitty Waters»
Jean Goldkette's Orchestra»
Ted Weems»
Nat Shilkret & His Orchestra»
American Quartet»
Benny Goodman Sextet»
Fletcher Henderson & His Orchestra»
Hoagy Carmichael»
Eddie Cantor»
Paul Whiteman & His Ambassador Orchestra»
Harry Richman»
George Olsen»
Ben Selvin»
Bernie Stevens & His Orchestra»
Paul Biese Orchestra»
Bix Beiderbecke»
Fred Hamm And His Orchestra»
Eddie Lang»
Skeets Tolbert»
Fred Waring & His Pennsylvanians»
Johnny Hamp & His Kentucky Serenaders»
Annette Hanshaw»
Helen Kane»
The Georgians»
Ethel Waters»
Duke Yellman & His Orchestra»
The Capitolians»
Edison Bell Dance Orchestra»
Henry de Winter»
Franlyn Baur»
The Corona Dance Orchestra»
Isabelle Patricola»
Red Norvo»
Edgar Sampson»
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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 2,583 genres by Spotify as of 2019-01-18. 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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