List of female electronic musicians

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This is a list of female electronic musicians, composers, and sound artists who work in the various genres of electronic music, and the musical groups of which they are members.

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Ayria
Laurie Anderson

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Gudrun Gut

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Santigold

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  • Ramona Andra Xavier (Vektroid, Macintosh Plus, New Dreams Ltd, PrismCorp, Laserdisc Visions, 情報デスクVIRTUAL, Sacred Tapestry, Fuji Grid TV, esc 不在, Tanning Salon, dstnt, Vektordrum)
  • Sophie Xeon (Sophie)

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