There’s a way to discover new musical genres, or find the name of the genre you’ve been really into for the past half year! That’s this website:
Every Noise at Once
Enter your favorite artist and you’ll find genres related to that artist. Click a genre and you’ll find a large word cloud of artists it applies to! Then, click on one of their names and a clip from their top song on Spotify will begin to play. Click again to be taken to that song on Spotify! For instance, I entered “Dead or Alive”, clicked on synth pop, and found a bunch of tangentially similar sounds. Fun!
Thanks to my friend Collin for showing me this website!
I can’t stop clicking through the seemingly infinite nested universes within this site.
The only thing stopping me is the functional inability to continue reading once I’ve gone so far…in a single nest. Once they add vertical scrolling, there’ll be literally nothing stopping me or anybody else.
The minimalist suggestions of worldbuilding with the surprising depth of each nest is what gets me. Even with the time I’ve spent on it, there’s yet more to discover.
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I’m not an advocate of stealing and reposting others’ work online uncredited or modified. That happens way too much, no matter where or when, and needs to cease, being an egregious and otherwise lazy offense to creators of all kinds. I’m also not an advocate of ever disabling or impeding basic functionality of internet browsers […]
Wonderwall is an interior design firm established by Masamichi Katayama. And it’s AWESOME. And what’s more, its website is also AWESOME. I do enjoy a well-presented Interior Design website, so this is excellent. What’s impressive about the site itself can be seen in motion, so go and click around. On top of all that site-ly […]