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Bobby Benson And His Jam Session Orchestra»
Mayor's Dance Band»
Julius Araba and His Afroskiffle Group»
Agya Koo Nimo»
Kwaa Mensah’s Band»
Godwin Omabuwa And His Sound Makers»
Rolling Stone And His Traditional Aces»
Sami Kamara And His Black Diamonds»
Julius O. Araba»
Okonkwo Assah and his group of Enugwu Ukwu Njikota»
Famous Scrubbs»
Calender and his Maringar Band»
The Three Night Wizards»
T.O. Jazz»
Okonkwo Asah and His Group Enugwu Ukwu Njikoka»
Kwaa Mensah»
Okonkwo Assah»
Ebenezer Calender And His Maringer Band»
Legon Palmwine Band»
S.E. Rogie»
Celestine Obiako»
Bobby Benson & His Combo»
James Whetzel»
De la Palm Wine Music au Dance Band Highlife»
Ayinde Bakare»
Kumasi Trio»
Oppong's Guitar Band»
Liberia Palmwine Experience II»
Kwaa Mensah Guitar Band»
Kakaiku's Guitar Band»
Chris Ajilo and his Cubanos»
Who Is John Smith»
Kari Bannerman»
Kwabena Nyama»
Koo Nimo & Vishal Nagar»
Koo Nimo»
E.T. Mensah And His Tempos Band»
Bobby Benson And His Combo»
Okaidja Afroso»
Abdul Tee-Jay»
Bobby Benson»
Ambrose Campbell»
Kwaa Mensah and his Band»
The Local Dimension Palm Wine Band»
The Three Night Wizards»
Palm Wine Boys»
Tunde King and His Group»
Irewolede Denge»
Steven Amechi And His Empire Rhythm Skies»
Roy Chicago»
malagasy folk»
latin jazz»
palm wine guitar»
cuban funk»
burkinabe traditional»
musique traditionnelle congolaise»
new orleans soul»
senegalese traditional»
cuban rumba»
cuatro venezolano»
musique peule»
cuatro puertorriqueno»
malian traditional»
greek rock»
gothic doom»
belgian indie rock»
italian post punk»
rock nacional feminino»
chinese metal»
northamptonshire indie»
italian gothic»
indonesian indie rock»
ethereal gothic»
deep progressive rock»
neue deutsche todeskunst»
rock gotico»
heavy gothic rock»
witch house»
dark wave»
reading indie»
progressive alternative»
@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 5,963 genre-shaped distinctions by Spotify as of 2022-09-20. 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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