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Group of Hanunóo musicians»
Hanunóo gitgit player»
Ilingot»
Maranoa»
Tiruray man and woman»
Hanunóo performers»
Group of Hanunóo women»
Barranggay Folk Troupe»
Kulintang»
Dumagat»
Gongs from the basalan gong ensemble»
Magindanaon epic chant»
Kubing»
Lendungen Simfal»
Dabakan player of basalan gong ensemble»
Talahib People's Music»
Kalayo»
Juan Silos Jr. & His Rondalla»
Grace Nono»
Lucrecia R. Kasilag»
The Philippine Traditional Band»
Kulintang player of basalan gong ensemble»
Aga Mayo Butocan»
Makiling»
Benjamin Pangosban»
Bayanihan Phillipine Dance Company»
Bayanihan Philippine Dance Company»
Bendaly»
Diwa de Leon»
Amelito Bokayo»
Agung, tambul, and dabakan»
The Kalanduyan Family»
Basalan gong ensemble»
Katutubong Mananayaw»
Juan Silos Jr. & Rondalla»
Juan Silos Jr.»
Fred Ho Featuring The Asian American Art Ensemble And Kulintang Arts»
Pinikpikan»
Dayaw»
Fingguy Flang»
Kudyapi'»
Fiesta Filipina»
Luming Tuan»
Agung player of the basalan gong ensemble»
Bontoc»
Babandil player of basalan gong ensemble»
MNLF»
Luz Morales»
Hanunóo man»
Gandingan player of the basalan gong ensemble»
malaysian traditional»
ainu folk»
jazz caraibes»
rumba»
hammond organ»
pinoy traditional»
musica andina»
indonesian bamboo»
charango»
tanzorchester»
bossa nova jazz»
instrumental soul»
indian jazz»
jazz funk»
jazz mexicano»
jazz colombiano»
kazakh traditional»
deep latin jazz»
nubian traditional»
steel guitar»
chamorro pop»
bandung indie»
swiss alternative rock»
german indie rock»
poznan indie»
indonesian rock»
taiwan rock»
grunge pop»
musica maringaense»
modern rock»
rock cristiano»
south african rock»
miami indie»
modern uplift»
k-rock»
warrington indie»
leicester indie»
argentine alternative rock»
northern irish indie»
polish alternative rock»
christian alternative rock»
@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.
 
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