7 ElectroPop Artists You Need To Add To Your ​Playlist This Fall

As Fall is fully getting on our moods, and we are getting wrapped in blankets for Netflix marathons, electropop is still the best soundtracks for long autumns evening.

We picked up for you top-notch artists that are must-have on your playlist! So skip that little girl on YouTube who is doing her homework to lofi, and get the juices flow with links below:

7.Sylvan Esso

This American electronic pop duo from Durham, North Carolina, formed in 2013, made their debut with the single “Hey Mami” and released their eponymous debut album on Partisan Records on May 12, 2014. Since then, they have never stopped shaking the electropop world with mind-blowing releases on after another. Their recent release is a studio album named Free Love, the pair’s most cohesive body of work yet.


Davido is a recognized master of power mixes. When he blends genres, the real magic happens. Recently he works with glowing and groovy cuts, making us wonder what else he can come up with to impress us more. His recent release, highly-anticipated third studio album A Better Time, is a follow-up to last year’s smash hit, A Good Time. The new release has some Afrobeat-pop elements, especially in the track “The Best.” The 17-track album has tracks with guest artists, including Nas, Young Thug, Lil Baby, Hit-Boy, Tiwa Savage, and Minaj, among others.

5.Ela Minus

This Columbian artist has just released her debut album, acts of rebellion, wrapped in some of the best electronic and pop music of 2020. Ela Minus shares with the listeners her worldview in organic sophistication. She makes her debut remarkable with a boundless and thought-provoking prophetic approach while sharing self-love and resistance messages. The songs included in the album are melodic in their orchestra-sounding minimalism. They manage to be festive and protest-spirited at the same time, creating some intriguing resonance.

4.Dorian Electra

American singer, songwriter, and performance artist Dorian Electra Fridkin Gomberg, known professionally as Dorian Electra, has released their second studio album, My Agenda, in October 2020, a follow-up to their debut studio album, Flamboyant, 2019. My Agenda reflects the artist’s unique life view and is a protest pop riot in its own right. It perfectly demonstrates hyperpop creator’s brainy production abilities, groundbreakingly innovative musical approach, and brilliant songwriting skills.


This London-based mastermind of Australian descent, better known for his enchanting singles “Hold” and “Fall,” totally owns 2020. His latest release, “Wiser,” in collaboration with artist Chloe, demonstrates Seekay’s mesmerizing musicality. The single is perfect in production as anything that the renowned producer takes control over. The heavy-hitting bass drops, dreamy, melodic soundscapes, nostalgic undertones wrapped in groovy and atmospheric energy make his sound unique and detectable in any circumstance. It is impossible to confuse Seekay’s signature style with anything else. His music is not about attention-grabbing or manipulation. It is free of Beatport-topping instrumentals or shock-effects. He creates for the soul, and it is evident in any release.

2.Róisín Murphy

This legend and veteran of electropop is always relevant. The Irish singer-songwriter and record producer, making the music industry more intriguing and provoking since as far as the 1990s. In 2020, Róisín Murphy released her new album Róisín Machine once again proving her ability of never stopping to impress. The album’s house-steeped electropop acts make the release suitable for any tasteful DJ’s label set. Her creations are overflowing with desire, regret, and high self-awareness levels in the best way possible. With the new release, Róisín turns the classic nightlife song textbook into a book of revelations. She reinvents the electropop while claiming in the extract from a monologue from her 5th album: “I feel my story is still untold, but I’ll make my own happy ending.” She is an artist successful enough to do whatever she wants, even if it means making her own happy ending, as she puts it.

1.Ryan Hemsworth

Canadian electronic record producer and DJ Ryan Hemsworth is well-known for his collaborations with Tinashe, Tory Lanez, Mitski, and E-40. Recently, the creative genius debuted a new electro project, Quarter Life Crisis. The title is already intriguing, but the idea goes way beyond intrigues. The project is a perfectly crafted series of collaborations with different artists that he released in October 2020. Your Fall playlist will be incomplete without the mind-blowingly diverse energies of the releases that have found their place in the probably most massive and creative electro project of the year. For the collaboration, the vocalists had to come up with the lyrics and message, and Ryan took care of the musical aspect. The result is an astonishing project for the electro industry and beyond.