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Spotify has released their highly anticipated Spotify Wrapped for 2022. The feature gives listeners a look into their most-played songs and artists. In honor of the occasion, let’s take a look back on some of the electronic music that dominated the year.

2022 was kicked off with the release of Rezz’s Spiral. Subtronics’ first album, Fractals, and Excision’s Onyx were dropped less than a week later. 

Alison Wonderland released her sophomore album, Loner, in the second-half of the year and was named Forbes’ Electronic Artist of the Year. 

House artists Lane 8, John Summit and Jauz joined in to share their Spotify statistics on Twitter. The three had a combined 44.5 million listeners and 364.2 million streams in 2022.

Spotify’s own curated electronic playlists have over 17 million followers overall with Dance Party leading the way. Upbeat house track, “Baby Girl,” by Disco Lines made it onto their Top Viral Hits of 2022 playlist after gaining mass popularity on TikTok.

Flume and ODESZA also delivered long-awaited albums, peaking at number one and two on Billboard’s United States Top Dance/Electronic Albums chart respectively.

Ray Volpe’s “Laserbeam” was one of the most-played songs at Electric Daisy Carnival Las Vegas. The song has over 3 million plays and the producer had 1.4 million listeners over the year.

Illenium closed out the year with an astounding 490 million streams, promising fans that new music is coming in 2023. 

2022 was a prosperous and exciting year for the EDM community, making us hopeful for what the new year will bring us.

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