Every Noise at Once · vintage swing   scan   playlist   pulse
Sidney Bechet with Noble Sissle's Swingers»
Peter Cleighton with Blind John Davis»
Freddy Taylor and His Swing Men From Harlem»
Coleman Hawkins Accompanied By The Ramblers»
Cootie Wiliams & His Rug Cutters»
Floyd Ray and His Orchestra»
Buster Bailey & His Rhythm Busters»
The Meltone Boys»
Don Rodman & Orchestra»
Big Bill Broonzy & Jean Brady»
Monte Crick & Ronald Frankau»
Tommy Dorsey With Joe Stafford & The Pied Pipers»
Ernest Rodgers»
Ray Noble And The New Mayfair Orchestra»
Don Redmond»
Sidney Bechet with Noble Sissies Siwngers»
Lorrain Walton»
Frankie 'Half-Pint' Jaxon and the Cotton Top Mountain Sanctified Singers»
C.P. Johnson»
Tab Smith & His Orchestra»
Lil Johnson»
Stuff Smith and His Onyx Club Boys»
Harlan Lattimore & His Connie's Inn Orchestra»
Mezz Mezzrow And His Orchestra»
Nelson Alexander»
Ella Fitzgerald, Chick Webb and His Orchestra»
The Buster Bailey Rhythm Busters»
Skeets Tolbert»
Ross And Sargent»
Barney Bigard Sextet»
Julia Lee And Her Boyfriends»
Bertha "Chippie" Hill»
Oscar's Chicago Swingers»
Andy Kirk & His Twelve Clouds Of Joy»
Walter Huston»
Willie Bryant»
Baron Lee And The Blue Rhythm Band»
Little Jack Little»
Whit Cunliffe»
Ernest Rogers»
Memphis Minnie & Kansas Joe»
Ray Noble & The New Mayfair Orchestra»
Blue Lu Barker»
Cee Pee Johnson and Band»
Ella Fitzgerald With Chick Webb & His Orchestra»
Frankie "Half-Pint" Jaxon»
Richard Jones & His Jazz Wizards»
Fred Waring's Pennsylvanians»
Harlan Lattimore»
Harlem Hamfats»
Skeets Tolbert & His Gentlemen Of Swing»
Andy Kirk and His Twelve Clouds Of Joy»
MCKINNEY COTTON PICKERS»
Harry "The Hipster" Gibson»
Baron Lee & The Blue Rhythm Band»
Cootie Williams & His Rug Cutters»
Hi Henry Brown»
The Cab Calloway Orchestra»
Issie Ringgold»
Bob Howard & His Boys»
Richard M. Jones And His Jazz Wizards»
Cleo Brown»
Golden Eagle Gospel Singers»
Clarence Williams & His Washboard Band»
Karl Valentin & Liesl Karlstadt»
Kansas City Kitty & Georgia Tom»
Don Redman and His Orchestra»
Stuff Smith and his Orchestra»
George Van Dusen»
Sammy Price & his Texas Blusicians»
Asa Martin»
Graeme Bell»
The Original New Orleans Rhythm Kings»
Zaz Norteño de Ricardo Robles»
Jerry Kruger and Her Knigts Of Rhythm»
Cab Calloway & His Cotton Club Orchestra»
Lee Morse With Her Blue Grass Boys»
Blue Rhythm Band»
The Johnson Sisters»
Hazel Meyers»
Kansas Joe and Memphis Minnie»
Kings Of Harmony»
Rosetta Howard»
Texas Jim Robertson»
Yack Taylor»
Frankie Newton»
Spirits of Rhythm»
The Southern Sons Quartet»
Jazz Gillum and His Jazz Boys»
Sister Clara Hudmon»
Lonzo & Oscar»
Bea Foote»
Herbert Payne»
Buster Bailey's Rhythm Busters»
Mezz Mezzrow And His Swing Band»
O'neil Spencer»
La Melle Prince»
Buck Washington»
Cab Calloway And His Cab Jivers»
Willie Bryant and His Orchestra»
Bob Howard»
Cee Pee Johnson»
Cedar Creek Sheik»
Viennese Seven Singing Sisters»
Georgia Peach & Her Gospel Singers»
Lorraine Walton»
Richard Jones»
The Light Crust Dough Boys»
Mary Dixon»
Libby Holman»
Billy Costello»
State Street Swingers»
Lil Green»
Florence Desmond»
Sam Price»
Charlie & His Orchestra»
Frankie Newton And His Uptown Serenaders»
Six Jumping Jacks»
Georgia White»
Wesley Tuttle»
Trixie Smith»
Dick Robertson And His Orchestra»
Tampa Red & The Chicago Five»
Andrew Hilaire»
Cootie Williams And His Rug Cutters»
Rosetta Howard & The Harlem Hamfats»
The 5 Jones Boys»
Jean Brady»
Sam Price & His Texas Bluesicians»
jug band»
vintage jazz»
vintage swing»
dixieland»
deep melodic death metal»
heavy gothic rock»
melodic power metal»
neo-industrial rock»
gothic metal»
digital hardcore»
finnish metal»
nintendocore»
industrial metal»
deep pop punk»
neue deutsche harte»
symphonic metal»
hard alternative»
corrosion»
post-screamo»
visual kei»
cyber metal»
electronicore»
post-post-hardcore»
gothic symphonic metal»
@EveryNoise ·  glenn mcdonald
This is an ongoing attempt at an algorithmically-generated, readability-adjusted scatter-plot of the musical genre-space, based on data tracked and analyzed for 1538 genres by Spotify. 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.
 
Click the » on an artist to go to their Spotify page.