Every Noise at Once · korean superband   scan   list   playlist   intro   pulse   edge   2022   new
Kim Hyung Woo, I’ll, Ha Hyun Sang, Hong Jin Ho»
Jo Hangyeol»
Lee Jong Hoon, Jeong Gwang Hyun, Chae Bo Hoon»
Nau Lee, Kevin Oh, Yang Ji Wan, Hong Isaac»
Lee Ju Hyuk, Shin Gwang il, Shin Ye Chan»
Park Ji Hwan, Kim Woo Tak, Lee Ja Won»
Benji, Ji Sang, Ahn Sung Jin»
Kim Joon Hyup, Lee Chan Sol, Lim Hyeong Bin, Kang Kyoung Yoon»
Hwang Min Jae, Park Ji Whan, Kim Woo Sung, Kim Ha Jin»
Kim Young So, Jeong Gwang Hyun, Park Chan Young, Park Young Jin»
Park Young Jin, Kim Ha Jin, Yang Ji Wan, Hong Isaac»
Lee yong hun»
Chan Hwi 찬휘»
Moné 모네»
People on the Bridge 피플 온 더 브릿지»
디폴»
Lim Geun joo»
YANG JI WAN»
Jo Han Gyeol»
Ahn Sung Jin»
Hong Isaac»
Nam Geun Hyung»
Kim Joon Hyup»
AfterMoon 애프터문»
Hwang Seung Min»
Cho Won Sang»
Shin Ye Chan»
Chae Bo Hoon»
Hong Jin Ho»
Ha Hyunsang»
Lee Jong Hoon»
LUCY»
Park Young Jin»
Grand Mint Band»
Isaac Hong»
Kevin Oh»
Purple Rain»
I'll»
Benji»
zai.ro»
Kim Woo Sung»
Hoppipolla»
ZEEBOMB»
Choi Young Jin»
GIFT»
가능동 밴드»
Lee Chansol»
Kim Young So»
Park Ji Hwan»
Lee Ju Hyuk»
Zeebomb»
Doctors 닥터스»
Bandage»
newfoundland indie»
indonesian worship»
norwegian indie»
comedie musicale»
irish indie»
opm»
lds youth»
manitoba indie»
stomp and holler»
spanish indie folk»
deep indie singer-songwriter»
dark pop»
alternative americana»
korean singer-songwriter»
euskal musica»
korean superband»
danish indie pop»
korean pop»
chinese drama ost»
japanese worship»
cork indie»
neue deutsche welle»
afrofuturism»
psychedelic hip hop»
zolo»
afrobeat brasileiro»
traditional funk»
musiikkia lapista»
belly dance»
italian underground hip hop»
rock drums»
rare groove»
proto-techno»
french post-punk»
rennes indie»
plunderphonics»
abstract beats»
chilean rock»
deep classic garage rock»
psychedelic soul»
afro psych»
@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 5,956 genre-shaped distinctions by Spotify as of 2023-01-28. 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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