Alexa, Play Some New Electronic Dance Music

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Looking for some new tunes to get your groove on? Check out our latest blog post for a roundup of the best new electronic dance music out there!


If you’re a fan of electronic dance music, there’s a good chance you’ve asked Alexa to play some for you at some point. But with so many different artists and sub-genres out there, it can be tough to know where to start. Luckily, we’ve put together a list of five up-and-coming electronic dance music artists that are definitely worth checking out. So whether you’re looking for something new to dance to or just want to explore the genre, here are five EDM artists you should check out.

The Benefits of Electronic Dance Music

Electronic dance music has become increasingly popular in recent years. It’s a great way to get your heart pumping and body moving. It can also help you relax and de-stress. But what are the other benefits of electronic dance music?

Improved mental health

Research suggests that EDM can have a positive impact on mental health. A study published in Frontiers in Human Neuroscience found that listening to EDM can reduce anxiety and increase feelings of relaxation. In the study, participants who listened to EDM had lower levels of the stress hormone cortisol and higher levels of the neurotransmitter dopamine, which is associated with pleasure and reward.

Other research has found that EDM can improve mood and reduce symptoms of depression. A study published in PLOS One found that participants who listened to EDM had lower levels of the stress hormone cortisol and higher levels of the neurotransmitter serotonin, which is associated with happiness and well-being.

EDM can also help you stay focused and boost your cognitive performance. A study published in Frontiers in Psychology found that participants who listened to EDM while performing a task had improved task performance and increased focus.

Increased physical activity

The genre of electronic dance music, or EDM, has been increasingly popular in recent years. A lot of this popularity can be attributed to the fact that it is a great genre of music to listen to while working out. The fast tempo and energetic beats of EDM make it the perfect choice for getting your heart rate up and helping you push through a tough workout. In fact, a study conducted by the Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology found that people who listened to EDM while working out tended to exercise for longer periods of time and at a higher intensity than those who did not listen to music at all.

So if you are looking for some new music to get you motivated to hit the gym, consider giving EDM a try. You might be surprised at how much you enjoy it – and how much it can help you reach your fitness goals.

Improved sleep quality

Electronic dance music has been shown to improve sleep quality in a number of ways. One study found that people who listened to EDM before bed fell asleep faster and had a better quality of sleep overall.

In another study, people with insomnia who listened to one hour of EDM before bedtime reported sleeping better and feeling more refreshed the next morning.

EDM can also help you stay asleep. One study found that people who listened to EDM for 30 minutes in the middle of the night slept better than those who didn’t listen to any music at all.

So if you’re struggling to get a good night’s sleep, try listening to some electronic dance music before bedtime. It just might help you sleep better!

The Best New Electronic Dance Music

If you’re looking for some new electronic dance music to listen to, you’ve come to the right place. In this article, we’ll be discussing some of the best new EDM tracks that have been released in the past few months. So whether you’re a fan of dubstep, techno, house, or any other type of EDM, you’ll be sure to find something new and exciting to listen to.


Kygo is a Norwegian DJ and record producer who specializes in tropical house and/orEDM. He became popular for his remix of Marvin Gaye’s “Sexual Healing” which has gotten over 180 million plays on SoundCloud and YouTube. Kygo has also released several singles, such as “Firestone”, “Here for You”, and “Stole the Show”. He is currently signed to Sony Music International.

Seven Lions

Seven Lions is the stage name of Jeff Montalvo, an AmericanDJ, record producer and musician from Santa Cruz, California. His musical style encompasses multiple genres including trance, progressive house, dubstep and drum and bass. In 2012, he founded the record label Ophelia Music withDavid Krasner and Wesley Krasner.

Seven Lions’ first single, “Days to Come”, was released on October 2, 2012 on Beatport and iTunes. The song features vocals by Fiora and was co-produced by Wooli. Seven Lions’ second single, “Fevers”, was released on November 20, 2012 on Beatport and iTunes. The song features vocals by Minnesota and was co-produced by Tove Lo.

Seven Lions’ third single, “Strangers”, was released on January 15, 2013 on Beatport and iTunes. The song features vocals by British singer Ellie Goulding and was co-produced by Jason Ross. On February 7, 2013, Seven Lions won the Mixmag DJ of the Year Award at The annual Bassrush Massive event in Los Angeles.

On March 12th 2019 Seven Lions released his debut album Creation through Ophelia Records/Casablanca Music/Republic Records/Universal Music Group


Illenium is one of the most popular artists in the electronic dance music scene. He is known for his emotional and melodic style of music. His songs often tell a story and are meant to be experienced as a journey. Illenium’s music has been praised by critics and fans alike. He has won numerous awards, including multiple Grammy Awards.


We hope you enjoyed our list of new electronic dance music to play on your Alexa device. As you can see, there are a variety of new artists and songs to choose from, so you can find the perfect one for your next party or gathering. Thanks for listening!

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