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List of Christian dance, electronic, and techno artists

List of notable electronic, techno, and dance Contemporary Christian music artists that play Christian electronic music.

Note: Because classifying music by sub-genre can be arbitrary, many artists appear on multiple lists of music genres. Furthermore, artists listed have had reputable album releases and are widely accepted by DJs & fans of Christian EDM worldwide as electronic artists.

Artists

Disc jockeys

The following disc jockeys from around the world that have made a significant contribution to the Christian electronic scene (not necessarily Christian DJs) through mixsets, mixtapes, remixes, podcasts and the like:

Crossover artists

The following artists are considered more to be contemporary Christian music, Christian rock or Christian hip hop but have released a few songs, an album, EP or remix album in the electronic music genre:

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