When it comes to Christian electronic music, several artists have paved the way. A handful of popular artists include Capital Kings, Bryce Prince, and Matthew Parker. But as this genre has grown, other artists have stepped forward, too. In addition to these artists, others have made their mark on the genre, including DJ Flubbel, The Loyalist, Tony Foxx, and Gawvi. You may also enjoy the work of Hillsong Young & Free and Andy Hunter.
One of the most prolific Christian electronic dance music (EDM) artists is Joy Electric. His style has been described as a blend of pop-punk with a spiritual message. Joy Electric began as a side project with gospel themes, but its popularity quickly expanded beyond the country. His music spread from cult circles to mainstream listeners. Now, he has over three million followers and is on the fast track to becoming a household name.
The group began in 1990 when Martin and Shepherd left the band to pursue other projects. Eventually, they teamed up and formed Joy Electric. Their debut album, Melody, was released in 1994. This album became a cult favorite, and it’s not surprising that the band’s popularity grew in response to it. This group’s unique style of worship and EDM have been the hallmarks of EDM for decades.
Ronnie Martin, the lead singer, and songwriter of Joy Electric grew up in a Christian home. His Christian values and ability to write catchy pop melodies helped him become a worldwide star. Throughout the decade, his popularity has increased and he’s released more music than ever. And he’s now a pastor, and he’s a prolific artist. Joy Electric is a must-have for EDM worship.
The Echoing Green
The Echoing Green is an electronic Christian music group, whose motto is “Defend Your Joy.” Their music is best described as aggressive smile pop. Although their music has received harsh criticism, it has gained a devoted Christian following. While their music is often associated with dark themes and sexual content, it is a welcome change for many Christians. The Echoing Green has released an album and a few remixes.
The Echoing Green began in 1992 as a duo and has since gone on to have a variety of solo releases and collaborations with other artists. The group’s debut album, “Aria,” features both male and female lead vocals. The band’s lineup includes singer Chrissy Franklin, programmer Jesse Dworak, and drummer David Adams. The sound is similar to that of the Pet Shop Boys, Anything Box, and Erasure.
The name Har Megiddo is a biblical reference and also a reference to a battleground that will be prepared for Jesus Christ. As an electronic Christian music artist, Tommy Murfee blends Dubstep/Dance music with a Christian message. His latest album, Light Destroys the Darkness, reached #44 on the Christian iTunes charts. Although there are many different artists associated with this name, they all have the same goal of making music that has a positive impact on the listener’s faith.
The band formed in February 2012 and released their first EP, “Chemicals,” on April 24, 2012. The EP featured their debut single “Chemicals,” a re-recorded version of Florence Welch’s last single, “Paralyzed,” and a cover of Devo’s Whip It. Despite the name, the EP featured dubstep remixes by Christian producer Har Megiddo. The band’s second EP, “Love and Death”, was released on October 25, 2012, and included “Chemicals” and “Empty,” two more Dubstep remixes, and a brand new song.
If you’re looking for a worship music artist, you’ve come to the right place. El Vow’s songs are a great fit for the worship music genre and they’re sure to get your body moving. The Latin DJ is also known for his live performances. El Vow is a Fort Worth native and has been in the worship music industry for over three years. His latest album, 2022, is his first release as a solo artist, and he’s making quite the impression on audiences.
While some worship artists focus on music, El Vow has been known for blending genres to create an unforgettable experience for fans. Originally from Texas, this Christian EDM artist has gained international fame through touring with Christian Hip Hop artists. His songs have been featured by the Grammy Award-winning Lecrae, Derek Minor, and KB. He’s performed in cities around the world, from New England to Mexico. El Vow’s new album is due to be released on March 9, 2022.
If you’re looking for an album that incorporates pop, EDM, and rap, look no further than the debut album by Capital Kings. Their self-titled debut album reached No. 5 on the Billboard Christian Albums chart and peaked in the overall Top 40 iTunes Albums Chart during its release week. It also featured two Top 5 Christian Hot AC/CHR radio singles. “Fireblazin,” “Into Your Arms,” and ‘Believer’ were all chart-topping singles from their sophomore album.
This electronic dance music has a distinctly Christian flavor, and several upcoming acts are making it mainstream. Among these is Capital Kings, a Christian duo that blends singing, rapping, and programming talents. Their sophomore album, “Forever” will be released later this year. The group’s recent concerts have received positive reviews from critics and fans alike. They’ve even been touring with Christian artists such as Passion, Danny Gokey, and HOLLYN.
This Christian duo is made up of Dylan Housewright and Cole Walowac. Their self-titled debut album went platinum in its first week and reached the top 50 album charts on iTunes. Their second album, “Forever,” reached No. 2 on the Billboard Dance Album Charts in 2015 and spent 26 weeks on the chart. Their popularity skyrocketed, and they quickly gained international touring and radio success.
If you’ve ever been in the throes of EDM worship music, then you may have wondered if Fishburn is worth your time and attention. After all, the Christian music genre is not as popular as other types of electronic music. But if you’re looking for a worship track that stands out from the rest, consider Fishburn. His song “High” is a great example of Christian EDM. The tempo of this song is 91 BPM, and it’s danceable as well. Its lyrics speak of a deep and spiritual experience.