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Yaqui musician simultaneously playing flute and drum»
Tzotzil harpist»
Huastecan Aztec ritual dancers, violinist, guitarist»
Male Seri singer»
Aztec violinist, guitarist, ritual specialists, young girls, dancers»
The fiscal of the town of Chamula and his wife»
Male Yaqui singers with rasping sticks and water drum»
Male Tzotzil singers, guitarist, harpist»
Aztec violinist, guitarist, ritual specialists, young girls, one old woman»
Huichol singers, drummer»
Ah Chuen»
Tzotzil trumpet and reed-flute players, drummer»
Peyote cult shaman, two male singers, participants»
Aztec violinist, guitarist, male dancers with rattles»
Cantos Huicholes»
Grupo Nahucalli»
Jorge Reyes»
DJ Gerard LaInnovaciónAuditiva»
Wicholly Broders»
Bernard Fort»
Humberto Álvarez»
K' Inich Jannab`»
Yaqui harpist, violinists»
Juan Carlos Portillo»
Ramiro Ramírez»
Luis Marquez»
Luis Perez»
Concheros de Jalostotitlan»
Covarrubias Project»
Xavier Quijas Yxayotl»
Papo Lopez»
Jorge Reyes Valencia»
Paco Rocha Moreno»
Los Concheros De Ernesto Ortiz Ramirez»
Abraham Endoqui»
Alyosha Barreiro»
El Príncipe Azteca»
Cora shaman with mitote»
Adoración al Sol»
Ismael Corchado»
vintage french electronic»
uk contemporary jazz»
musica indigena mexicana»
musica prehispanica»
swiss experimental»
italian jazz fusion»
japanese experimental»
electric bass»
japanese jazz»
belgian modern jazz»
danish modern jazz»
turkish modern jazz»
lithuanian folk»
hokkaido indie»
classic j-rock»
panamanian rock»
hungarian rock»
indie extremena»
rock caipira»
kyushu indie»
brazilian rock»
magyar alternative»
kansai indie»
slovak punk»
okinawan pop»
rock alagoano»
german rock»
belarusian rock»
pop rock brasileiro»
@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 5,508 genre-shaped distinctions by Spotify as of 2021-07-23. 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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