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Menachen Zur»
Electric Cokernut»
Hot Butter»
Man From Uranus»
Bernard Estardy»
Perrey and Kingsley»
Nino Nardini»
Mort Garson»
Synthesonic Sounds»
Blue Marvin»
The Happy Moog»
Sid Bass»
Dick Hyman»
Tonto's Expanding Head Band»
John Mills-Cockell»
David Vorhaus»
Mother Mallard's Portable Masterpiece Company»
Ralph Carmichael»
Gil Trythall»
The Moog Machine»
The Electronic Concept Orchestra»
Joe Meek»
Emerson Meyers»
Marty Gold»
Jean-Jacques Perrey»
Paul Beaver»
The Moog Cookbook»
Syd Dale»
Bernie Green»
Keith Mansfield»
Cecil Leuter»
Thelonious Moog»
Dana Countryman»
Beaver & Krause»
Phil Mfu»
Claude Denjean»
Joe Meek & the Blue Men»
Rick Powell»
Fred Weinberg»
Frank Hunter and His Orchestra»
Hidemi Saito»
Mike Vickers»
Sven Libaek»
The Eden Electronic Ensemble»
Mike Lang»
Raymond Scott»
Harry Breuer»
Cecil Canterburn»
The Electric Moog Orchestra»
Isao Tomita»
Steve Roach»
Gershon Kingsley & Leonid Hambro»
Jean-Jacques Perrey & Dana Countryman»
Bruce Haack»
Alan Hawkshaw»
Bob Callaghan»
Joel Gressel»
Gershon Kingsley»
Bill Page»
Georges Teperino»
Basil Kirchin»
Ruth White»
Jeff Haskell»
vintage french electronic»
prepared piano»
balinese traditional»
greek jazz»
galician jazz»
danish modern jazz»
canadian psychedelic»
finnish jazz»
classic japanese jazz»
synthetic classical»
italian library music»
library music»
arabic instrumental»
belgian modern jazz»
russian modern jazz»
finnish modern jazz»
belgian experimental»
space age pop»
chapman stick»
faroese jazz»
arabic jazz»
dutch jazz»
dance pop»
japanese dance pop»
japanese teen pop»
hypnosis mic»
russian trap metal»
men chika»
k-pop reality show»
german ska»
k-pop boy group»
j-pop boy group»
k-pop girl group»
polish reggae»
scream rap»
moldovan pop»
reggae uruguayo»
russian rave»
geinin song»
deep 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 5,987 genre-shaped distinctions by Spotify as of 2022-11-29. 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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