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Funga Kazi Modern Taarab»
Tanzania One Theatre Tot Taarab»
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Kikosi Cha Taarab Cha Muungano Wa Wanawaka»
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Kikundi Cha Sanaa Za Maonesho»
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Jiachie Nasi Classic Taarab»
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Four Brothers Zanzibar»
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Siti Muharam»
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Zein Musical Party»
Mzee Yusuf»
Pwani Sound Modern Taarab»
Tushauriane Modern Taarab»
Kiunga Collective»
Bi Kidude»
Zanzibara»
Chaganlal Keshavji Pithadia»
Dhow Crossing»
Jahazi Modern Taarab»
Hussein Shiekh and the Radio Mogadiscio Swahili Singers»
Mila na Utamaduni»
Zaza»
Siti & the Band»
Culture Musical Club»
Five Star Modern Taarab»
Ikhwani Safaa Musical Club»
Golden Star Modern Taarab»
Maulidi And Musical Party»
East African Melody»
Zuhura & Party»
Elmughani Maalim Shaban»
Malika»
Jauharah Orchestra»
Abdullah Ahmed/Seif Saleh»
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Rashid Makame»
Tanzania Moto Modern Taarab»
Kings Modern Taarab»
Coast Modern Taarabu»
Hafusa Abasi»
Kibwana Saidi»
Leyla Rashid»
Tot Plus Taarab»
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nueva ola peruana»
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taarab»
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serbian folk»
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weightless»
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leipzig indie»
georgian alternative»
polish electronica»
chip hop»
electra»
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japanese idm»
icelandic electronic»
chinese experimental»
russian experimental electronic»
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plunderphonics»
fluxwork»
experimental electronic»
@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 5,956 genre-shaped distinctions by Spotify as of 2023-01-28. 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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