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Natacha Wuyts»
Ehsan Saadeh»
Basil Wahhed - Palestine»
Henna Haj Hassan»
Miral Ayyad»
Male Hebrew vocalist»
Male Hebrew Yemenite vocalist»
Male singer, violinist, 'ud, durbakki, and kanoun players»
Mixed Bokharian singers, doyra players»
Two male Iranian singers»
Male Hebrew vocalist, congregation»
Male and female Hebrew singers»
Nour Fretiekh»
Male soloist and chorus»
Rrose le Tatoué»
Awsa Belgium»
Male Hebrew Yemenite singers, drummer»
Hanin Alijlah»
Samira Kharoubi»
Male Bokharian singer, tar and doyra players»
Barbara Rufin»
Two female Bokharian singers, three doyra players»
Male soloist, female chorus, 'ud and durbakki players»
Choeur d'enfants de Taybeh»
Palestine Dabke»
The Daughters of Jerusalem»
Mohammad Assaf»
Hosam Hayek»
National Palestinian Group»
Michel Sajrawy»
Ramallah Underground»
The Palestine National Ensemble of Arabic Music»
Constanza Guzman»
Hughes Maréchal»
Ensemble Musical De Palestine»
Al Fat'h members»
Philippe Tasquin»
Awan Group»
Female Bokharian singer»
Ramzi Aburedwan»
Le Trio Joubran»
Quentin Dujardin»
Manuel Hermia»
El-Funoun Palestinian Popular Dance Troupe»
Sanaa Moussa»
Amal Murkus»
Kheiro Mustafa Shaalat»
faroese jazz»
native american»
galician jazz»
lithuanian jazz»
irish modern jazz»
arabic jazz»
palestinian pop»
south african modern jazz»
finnish jazz»
finnish modern jazz»
classic japanese jazz»
turkish jazz»
library music»
azeri traditional»
greek guitar»
belgian modern jazz»
turkish modern jazz»
palestinian traditional»
dutch jazz»
slovak rock»
rap metalcore»
mexican rock»
new rave»
south african punk»
new wave»
coventry indie»
japanese vtuber»
industrial hip hop»
dance rock»
moldovan pop»
german ska»
new romantic»
dub punk»
@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 5,694 genre-shaped distinctions by Spotify as of 2021-11-19. 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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