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The Rôshân troupe»
T. Soltân-Qâlebov»
Nasiba Omonboeva and Sirojiddin Juraev»
The troupe of Kh. Berdov (Khârog)»
K. Karakhânov (Khârog)»
T. Fazylova»
Gulbahor Shukurova»
Mahjan Nazardadova»
Nāsirshāh Tālibshāyev»
Palla Mastānov»
Qorbân Qorbânov»
Rahmatsa'īd Berānshāyev»
Umar Timur»
Daulatmahmad Hazratbekov»
Kaladar Rahmatbekov (Khârog)»
Baba Saïd Ali»
Shahbaz Dzhuraev»
Delâvar Shâh»
Abdullah, Isma'il, and Davlat Nazriev»
Abdullâh Nazriev»
Chupân Bey»
Jānbāz Dushanbiyev»
Tora Fazylova»
Mamad Aziz»
Manjigol Khojat»
Pir Nazar Hagh-Nazarov»
Bāqir Usmānov»
Sirajoddin Juraev»
Chœur de la Radio tadjike»
Sharif Nazirov»
The troupe of Ge wu tuan from Tashkorgan»
Dādikhudā Jum'akhān»
Adineh Hachémov»
Adine Hashimov»
Sharīfa Sayfullābekova»
The troupe of the Cultural Centre of Khârog»
Rena Galibova»
Batchebeg Shâbegov»
Levi Mulladzhanov»
Abdullâh Mamadshâyev»
Hakim Mahmoudov»
The Badakhshan Ensemble»
Sirojiddin Juraev»
Ari Babakhanov»
Ensemble of Zaragul Iskandarova»
Shashmaqam»
Abduvali Abdurashidov»
Barno Is'hakova»
Shunqâr Adine Beg»
Mamadatā Tavalāyev»
Kanchi Bek»
Sanubar Londokov»
Farhôd Qôri Halimov»
Gulchehra Sodiqova»
Ari Babakhanov & Ensemble»
M. Tavalaev»
Dowlatmand»
Sh.Dzhurave & Family»
Goltchereh Sadikova»
Abdoussatar Abdoullaev»
Davlatmand Kholov»
classical clarinet»
lao traditional»
central asian folk»
vietnamese traditional»
indonesian indigenous»
jazz quartet»
tajik traditional»
alt-idol»
king of prism»
idol game»
j-pop girl group»
jirai kei»
48g»
pretty rhythm»
anime cv»
j-idol»
nijisanji»
j-core»
industrial metal»
japanese edm»
aggrotech»
honeyworks»
hololive»
eurobeat»
denpa-kei»
idol rock»
neo-industrial 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 5,890 genre-shaped distinctions by Spotify as of 2022-05-16. 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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