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Gomâa Muhammad Ali»
Abu Zaria Ensemble»
Mzina tribe»
Ibrahim El-Haggar»
Al-Tur lutist, drummer»
Wahbi Labib»
El Summar Theater Ensemble»
Abu Rodeis»
Abdel Said»
Wadi Firan man»
Mahmoud Gomaa»
Hasan Abu Layla»
Khelf Al Qamar»
Tharwat Albangawi»
Al-Tur singers»
Fisherman from the Syro-Lebanese region»
Ra'is Qinnawi Mizmar Band»
Fatima Serhan»
Said Rakabi»
Different tribes recorded in Dir Nasib and Wadi Firan»
Hijazi Metkal»
Gamal Alasnawi»
Fer'et El Suez»
Chœur de l'Institut d'Études Coptes»
Mohammed Antar»
Troupe de la Musique Folkorique Egyptienne»
Mitqal Qinnawi»
Mohamed Roushdy»
Soliman Gamil»
Ensemble Mizmar Baladi»
The Takht Ensemble of Cairo»
Soloist From The Ministry Of Culture»
Abdul Khalil Ensemble»
Bedouin Musicians»
Al-Tur lutist, singers»
Hamza El Din»
Upper Egypt Ensemble»
Khamis El Fino Ali»
Sami Nussair»
Met'qal Rebab Ensemble»
Abo Raslan»
Gamal Gomaa»
Abu Zariya Band»
Tarabin Tribe»
Thebes Ensemble»
Susu Pampanin and the Cairo Cats»
Abu Kharage Mizmar Group»
Aswan Music & Dance Ensemble»
Muhammad el-Arabi»
Abu Zaria»
Metaal Enawy»
Ra'is Qinnawi Mizmar»
Rabee Albarka»
jazz chileno»
japanese jazz»
jazz fusion»
egyptian traditional»
jazz organ»
jazz drums»
carnatic instrumental»
russian jazz»
electric bass»
indian jazz»
jazz funk»
spiritual jazz»
indian violin»
uk contemporary jazz»
polynesian traditional»
space age pop»
nubian traditional»
balinese traditional»
moroccan traditional»
british jazz»
coventry indie»
shimmer pop»
industrial pop»
indie poptimism»
maltese pop»
indie rockism»
candy pop»
taiwan idol pop»
classic j-pop»
czech pop rock»
electronic rock»
rebel blues»
moldovan pop»
boy band»
german pop rock»
@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 5,946 genre-shaped distinctions by Spotify as of 2023-01-21. 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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