Electronic music has a long history of sex positivity. From the gay and trans communities who ushered in the birth of house music to the kinksters in clubs like Berghain, ravers have always done as they pleased with their own bodies. Throw massive festivals overrun with revealing outfits into the mix, and it's no wonder porn stars joined the party.
The following adult film personalities share an interest in EDM, whether as a fan, a featured artist, or a fully crossed-over dance music act. There are surely countless others out there, so tell us who should be on the next list in the comments on EDM.com's social media channels.
Before the now-retired Remy Lacroix starred in videos for studios like Evil Angel, Mile High and Digital Sin, she was an amateur specialty dancer. She showcased her skills as a hula hooper, aerialist and fire dancer at Burning Man and more conventional music festivals.
If her page on iheartgirls.com serves as any indicator, Gabriella Paltrova is all about the beats. As it turns out, she also shares some of the same performance flair as LaCroix. You can see some of her moves alongside the aforementioned entertainer in this NSFW video.
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Abella Danger's love of dance music didn't stop with her playing the role of an excited festivalgoer in a video for Teen Curves. More recently, she contributed vocals to "911" by Borgore, which appeared on his subsequent album, The Art of Gore.
Although retired from the adult film business, Sasha Grey is perhaps the industry's most well-known crossover star. After finding it difficult to manage the time between her music and porn careers, she shelved the latter to focus on touring as a DJ full time. She also published her first novel, The Juliette Society, in 2013; it grew into a series with the third part having come out in 2018.
You can't be "really good friends" with Flume without having at least a passive interest in electronic music. Riley Reid has also cited Four Tet and Bonobo among her favorites... Oh, and she dated a member of The Glitch Mob.
Madison Ivy gloving to Cookie Monsta at Wobbleland is the (actually SFW) video you didn't know you needed to see. After being dragged to a Bassnectar show years ago she was hooked on EDM; she also enjoys 12th Planet, Zeds Dead and Seven Lions.