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Ginny And The Heartbreakers»
The Mubldoods»
The Cedric Diggorys»
Nearly Headless Jacob»
Bradley Mehlenbacher»
Dawlish and the Archies»
Blibberng Humdingers»
The Sweetwater All-Stars»
The Nifflers»
Hogwarts Hotel»
The Firebolts»
Potter Puppet Pals»
Siriusly Hazza P.»
Minstry Of Magic»
Santa Don't Judge Me»
The Ravenclaw Revolution»
The Hermione Crookshanks Experience»
Mc Kreacher»
The Moaning Myrtles»
Roonil Wazlib»
Lauren Fairweather»
Mary and the GrandPres»
The Lovegoods»
The Hungarian Horntails»
Romilda Vane And The Chocolate Cauldrons»
Swish and Flick»
Harry and the Potters»
The Parselmouths»
Draco and the Malfoys»
DJ Luna Lovegood»
The Cruciatus Curse»
The Giant Squidstravaganza»
Lena Gabrielle»
Luna's Ceiling»
Pussycat Dolores»
Grace Kendall»
The Swedish Shortsnouts»
The Remus Lupins»
The Blibbering Humdingers»
Oliver Boyd and the Remembralls»
Diagon Alley»
Hogwarts Trainwreck»
Muggle Relations»
The Hinky Punks»
Gred and Forge»
Switchblade Kittens»
Phoenix Song»
Hawthorn and Holly»
Kingsley and the Shacklebolts»
The House Of Black»
Justin Finch-Fletchley and the Sugar Quills»
Ministry of Magic»
The Weasel King»
Madam Pince and the Librarians»
Tonks & the Aurors»
Gadding With Ghouls»
The Mudbloods»
Steph Anderson»
The Butterbeer Experience»
The Misuse Of Muggle Artifacts Office»
The Whomping Willows»
austin americana»
boy pop»
euskal rock»
soft rock»
french pop»
rock catala»
haitian gospel»
cypriot pop»
roots americana»
belo horizonte indie»
dutch rock»
turkish rock»
memphis americana»
classic greek rock»
classic swedish pop»
classic nz pop»
italian pop»
australian indigenous»
collage pop»
one-person band»
macedonian indie»
no wave»
experimental pop»
bulgarian indie»
russian post-punk»
rock drums»
chinese experimental»
glitch pop»
baja indie»
montreal indie»
world fusion»
lithuanian indie»
british industrial»
japanese jazz fusion»
@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 4,416 genre-shaped distinctions by Spotify as of 2020-06-04. 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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