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Male Hebrew vocalist»
Male Hebrew Yemenite singers, drummer»
Samira Kharoubi»
Ehsan Saadeh»
Two female Bokharian singers, three doyra players»
Awsa Belgium»
Male soloist, female chorus, 'ud and durbakki players»
Barbara Rufin»
Male Bokharian singer, tar and doyra players»
Two male Iranian singers»
Male soloist and chorus»
Male Hebrew vocalist, congregation»
Mixed Bokharian singers, doyra players»
Male and female Hebrew singers»
Rrose le Tatoué»
Nour Fretiekh»
Henna Haj Hassan»
Basil Wahhed - Palestine»
Male singer, violinist, 'ud, durbakki, and kanoun players»
Hanin Alijlah»
Male Hebrew Yemenite vocalist»
Miral Ayyad»
Natacha Wuyts»
Choeur d'enfants de Taybeh»
Palestine Dabke»
The Daughters of Jerusalem»
Hosam Hayek»
National Palestinian Group»
Ramallah Underground»
The Palestine National Ensemble of Arabic Music»
Constanza Guzman»
Hughes Maréchal»
Ensemble Musical De Palestine»
Al Fat'h members»
Philippe Tasquin»
Manuel Hermia»
Awan Group»
Female Bokharian singer»
Michel Sajrawy»
Ramzi Aburedwan»
Le Trio Joubran»
Quentin Dujardin»
Mohammad Assaf»
El-Funoun Palestinian Popular Dance Troupe»
Sanaa Moussa»
Amal Murkus»
Kheiro Mustafa Shaalat»
faroese jazz»
greek guitar»
chabad niggunim»
arabic jazz»
irish modern jazz»
turkish modern jazz»
palestinian pop»
palestinian traditional»
modern big band»
galician jazz»
swedish jazz»
finnish jazz»
classic japanese jazz»
musicas espiritas»
south african modern jazz»
lithuanian jazz»
native american»
finnish modern jazz»
dutch jazz»
turkish jazz»
library music»
azeri traditional»
pink noise»
geinin song»
new romantic»
coventry indie»
new rave»
south african punk»
dance rock»
japanese electropop»
colombian rock»
rap metalcore»
mexican rock»
dub punk»
k-pop boy group»
japanese vtuber»
moldovan pop»
german ska»
@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 5,964 genre-shaped distinctions by Spotify as of 2022-09-29. 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.
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