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Young Girl from Yemen»
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Yakya Faradj»
Group of Girls from Koranic School (Yemen)»
Awadh bin Yaslam Braik»
Mohammed Ben Mohammed Ba-Soweid»
Fatimah Al-Zaelaeyah»
Yahaya Arouma»
Omar Ghallab»
Hussein Lahed»
Villagers from Husseiniyat»
Amna Hizam»
The Sisters Chaaran»
Khalid Ali»
Abdelrahman Imri»
Hussein Abdul Kadir al Kaf»
Sanaa' Band»
Said ‘Idha ba Hashwan»
Zecharia Yitshaq»
Ali Yesim Bajide»
Kassel el Akhfach»
Faraj Mahjoub Assaile»
Hussein Ali-Hijazi»
Ahmad Al-Haraz»
Raja Ali»
Ahmed Al Sonaidar»
Abdullah Abdul Zahari»
Ayob Absi»
Naji Barakat»
Saleh ba ‘Issa»
Bolbol Al-Hejaz»
Mohammed Hamood Al-Awami»
Duet of Young Girls from Yemen»
Singers from Hajjah»
Artistic Folk Troupe»
Hangil»
Mohamed Al-kouek»
Kamilia Anbar Yakout»
Qiryat Ono Troupe»
Tsadoq Tsubeiri»
Nissim Matari»
Mohammed Ismâ'il Al-Khamîsî»
Soshanna»
Menahem Arussi»
Salim Rijab al-Tahhan»
Gulaza»
Hassan Aoni Al-ajami»
Iman Ibrahim»
Gamliel Shalom»
Association des chantres yéménites»
Yemen Traditional»
Mohammad al-Harithi»
Muhammad Al-Khamisi»
Muhammad 'Ali Al Sudi.»
Hasan Al-'Ajamî»
Guela Gill»
Saleh Abdul Baqi»
Hamud Al Junayd»
The Three Kawkabani Brothers»
Mohammed bin Shamikh»
Omar Yussof Traibi»
Aharon Habshush»
Ismail Mohammed Khoureissan»
Mohammed Hmoud Al-Harithy»
Mohammed Qasim Zubaida»
soul jazz»
adult standards»
vocal jazz»
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ethiopian traditional»
jazz trumpet»
cambodian traditional»
yiddish folk»
visor»
folclore navarra»
cante flamenco»
american folk revival»
yemeni pop»
yemeni traditional»
polca paraguaya»
jazz saxophone»
israeli folk»
french folk»
burmese traditional»
hard bop»
vintage swedish pop»
calypso»
jazz blues»
electronic rock»
ebm»
progressive house»
dutch trance»
trance»
uplifting trance»
progressive trance»
russian trance»
future rock»
euphoric hardstyle»
dark electro-industrial»
sky room»
aggrotech»
vocal trance»
deep big room»
deep uplifting trance»
neo-industrial rock»
electro-industrial»
j-core»
industrial metal»
@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 5,500 genre-shaped distinctions by Spotify as of 2021-06-24. 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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