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Dr. Adolf Ahanotu»
Dele Ojo and His Star Brothers Band»
De Frank Professionals»
Segun Bucknor's Revolution»
Emperor Dele Ojo & His Africana Internationals»
Opotopo (Easy Kabaka Brown)»
Leo Fadaka»
Dr. Adolf Aonotu»
Emporor Dele Ojo and His African Internationals»
Bala Miller & The Great Music Pirameeds Of Afrika»
Orchestre Super Jheevs des Paillotes»
Eppio Fanio»
Reme Izabos Music Research»
The Professional Seagulls Dance Band»
Stephen Osita Amaechi and his Afro-Rhythms-Skies»
Mercury Dance Band»
Dan Satch & His Atomic 8 Dance Band Of Aba»
Leo Fadaka and The Heroes»
S-Job Movement»
George Akaeze and His Augmented Hits»
Twins Seven»
Tony Grey Super 7»
Madman Jaga»
The Lawrence Amavi Group»
The Barbecues»
Commander in Chief Stephen Osita Osadebe & His Nigerian Sound Makers»
Fubura Sekibo»
Gyedu-Blay Ambolley & His Creations»
City Boys Band»
The Professional Seagulls Dance Band of Port Harcourt»
The Mercury Dance Band»
Voices Of Darkness»
The Anambra Beats»
Discafric Band»
The Black Santiagos»
The Harbours Band»
Boombaya»
Segun Bucknor & His Revolution»
T. O. Jazz»
Paulson Kalu Afrikhanah & His Stars 25»
The Thermometers»
Pagadeja»
Wrinkars Experience»
The Otarus»
Oscar Sulleys Nzele Soundz»
The Anansa Professionals»
The Founders 15»
Collins Oke Elaiho and His Odologie Nobles Dance Band»
Sahara All Stars Band Jos»
Les Volcans de La Capital»
Bola Johnson & His Easy Life Top Beats»
Pa Steeles African Brothers»
Eddie Okwedy»
Tabukah X»
Ify Jerry Crusade»
The Tony Benson Sextet»
Godwin Ezike and The Ambassadors»
Rikki Ililonga»
Celestine Ukwu & His Philosophers National»
The Ogyatanaa Show Band»
The Funkees»
Ashanti Afrika Jah»
Osayomore Joseph and The Creative 7»
The Martins Brothers Dance Band»
Uppers International»
Opotopo»
The Sahara All Stars»
Colomach»
Orlando Julius & His Afro Sounders»
Sir Victor Uwaifo»
T. P. Orchestre Poly-Rythmo»
Ify Jerry Krusade»
Hedzolleh Soundz»
The Action 13»
Chief Checker»
Bola Johnson»
The Hykkers»
Tunji Oyelana and The Benders»
T-Fire»
The Semi Colon»
The African Brothers International Band»
The Don Isaac Ezekiel Combination»
El Rego»
Orchestre Abass»
Horoya Band»
Afrofunk»
Celestine Ukwu»
Thony Shorby Nyenwi»
Afro Cult Foundation»
James Etamobe & His All Weather Band»
Antoine Dougbé»
K. Frimpong & His Cubano Fiestas»
Rex Williams»
Asaase Ase»
The Wellis Band»
Dr. K. Gyasi & His Noble Kings»
Houghas Sorowonko»
The Hygrades»
The Wings»
The Sahara All Stars Of Jos»
Monomono»
Dele Ojo»
Fidel Sax Bateke & The Voices of Darkness»
Honoré Avolonto»
The Elcados»
Bongos Ikwue»
Gasper Lawal»
The Actions»
Sawaaba Soundz»
The Identicals»
Joni Haastrup»
Asiko Rock Group»
Vincent Ahehehinnou»
The Cutlass Dance Band»
Ofo The Black Company»
Mono Mono»
Tunji Oyelana»
The 3rd Generation Band»
Jay-U Experience»
Vis-a-Vis»
Hedzoleh Soundz»
The Uhuru Dance Band»
St. Augustine and His Rovers Dance Band»
K. Frimpong & His Cubanos Fiestas»
Etubom Rex Williams & His Nigerian Artistes»
Tony Allen & His Afro Messengers»
Super Mambo 69»
Original Wings»
Popular Cooper and His All Beats Band»
Kyeremateng Atwede & The Kyeremateng Stars»
St. Peter & The Holymen»
Saxon Lee and The Shadows International»
Shadow Abraham With Mono Mono Friends»
The Don Issac Ezekiel Combination»
The Black Mirrors»
Dynamic Africana»
candombe»
afrobeat»
new orleans funk»
mbalax»
gnawa»
highlife»
afro psych»
maracatu»
musica tradicional dominicana»
classic afrobeat»
rare groove»
gwoka»
indian instrumental rock»
belgian post-rock»
ethereal wave»
touken ranbu»
neo-trad prog»
german prog»
indie dream pop»
polish prog»
deep progressive rock»
indie psych-pop»
polish psychedelia»
ethereal gothic»
tassie indie»
turkish post-punk»
chamber psych»
estonian indie»
korean dream pop»
modern progressive rock»
viking folk»
rune folk»
@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 5,571 genre-shaped distinctions by Spotify as of 2021-09-22. 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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