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Pitseolak Ashoona»
Joe Sikvayunak, Otis Ahkivigak and Jonas Oyoowak»
Uluyok and Tutinar»
Amos Penayak»
Alla Braun»
Zachariasi Tarkiapik»
Leo Kaleak and Group»
Polly, Atitah, Mikusha, and Billy Boy»
Naitok and Issaluk»
Laurence Kulukbon»
Two Inuit women from Buffin Land»
Harry Gibbons»
Aggeok Pitseolak»
Kasugat and Ishmatuk»
Agnes Nanogak»
I Sing, You Dance»
Frank Kuptana»
Tumassie Kudluk»
William Qagyun»
Female Inuit vocalist from Cape Dorset»
Maggie Grey»
Soria Eyituk»
Nick Wongatilin»
Otis Ahkivigak»
Paul Jensen»
John Apongalook»
Fred Angi»
Nathan Noonwook»
Angutnak and Matee»
Joe Sikvayunak»
Elijah Pudloo Mageeta»
Quanak Martha Meekeega»
Jimmy Memorana»
Temegeak Pitaulassie»
Tanya Tagaq»
Gambell village Eskimo singers»
Caribou Eskimos»
Jessie Grey»
Kemukserar and Pangatkar»
Alaska Native Heritage Dancers»
The Mackenzie Delta drummers and dancers»
Jean Oqhena»
Laati Ajagutainaq»
musica andina chilena»
classic japanese jazz»
new weird finland»
classic tunisian pop»
native american»
electric bass»
spiritual jazz»
song poem»
tibetan mantra»
sound collage»
modern big band»
polynesian traditional»
inuit traditional»
faroese jazz»
nz jazz»
lithuanian jazz»
british jazz»
japanese jazz»
anime latino»
new rave»
t-pop girl group»
kawaii edm»
japanese vtuber»
okinawan pop»
classic j-pop»
alternative dance»
moldovan pop»
japanese electropop»
kawaii future bass»
japanese dance pop»
@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 5,908 genre-shaped distinctions by Spotify as of 2022-06-17. 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.