The first one who discovered it was probably Seth Troxler in 2016, because after his post on Facebook the thing became viral. It’s called everynoise.com and it’s a huge, interactive map that will keep you busy the whole day, with 1387 music genres distributed for visual soundtracks. Each time you click on a genre you can hear a representative song, and if you click on the black arrow right to every name, you will open a new submap with all the main artists of that genre. As a last resort, you also have direct access to that artist’s Spotify page.
Curious about how Neue Deutsche Harte, deep discofox or complextro sound? It’s just a click far from you. Of course, we have to warn you: if you click on house music you’ll find Martin Solveig as first representative and a map full of people like Tiësto, Swedish House Mafia and Steve Aoki, if you are looking for some true house music classics you will have to move under the items deep house or Chicago house. But those are little anomalies of modern times.