Getting the shivers: An ASMRist for every season
Here are recommendations of ASMR sound artists for one to get more of the “shiveries” for each season.
“Walking through the jungle, X marks the spot. Dot line, dot line, dot dot dot. Spiders crawling up your back, Snakes slithering down. Here comes the spider to bite you on the neck. Tight squeeze, cool breeze, do you have the shiver-ies?”
Does this rhyme sound familiar to you? Here are recommendations of ASMR sound artists for one to get more of the “shiveries” for each season.
Harvest fruit in Autumn with Animal ASMR
Tortoise, puppy dog, hamster, guinea pig, iguana and snail. Mango, watermelon, kiwi fruit, star fruit, strawberries, orange, grapes, rambutan and pomegranate. Mushroom, cabbage, carrots, broccoli and pumpkin. Yes, it is what it sounds like. This channel is about all kinds of animals eating all sorts of fruits and veggies.
Hear stories around a winter campfire with Batala’s ASMR & Diddly ASMR
Batala ASMR’s videos tend to have a lower brightness with dim lights or candles in the dark background to help set you into night mode. Batala can always amuse you with her jokes, or even an improvised rap song. When doing ASMR, she’ll say surprising things to keep you on your toes. You won’t be feeling bored on this journey to dreamland.
Diddly ASMR is from Australia. With her soft whisper and gentle voice, she’ll teach you everything from Australian slang to sex education lessons based on her health and sciences degree, or even sing you a Chinese meme song called “Xue Hua Piao Piao.”
An adventurous spring camping trip with Jojo’s ASMR
Another Australian, Jojo’s ASMR always has eye-catching titles and covers on his videos. For example, “if you do not tingle, I will send you $100.” Join in his adventure to compare the sound recorded by a $1 microphone to a $60,000 one, play a unique version of Minecraft with every sound changed into ASMR, or spend a horrific night with Joker on Halloween.
A visit to the cool lab in summer with asmr zeitgeist
Zeitgeist can amaze you with the range of material he uses, from ear picking tools — brushes, tweezers, cotton swabs, spoolies — to fruits, pillows, Golden snitches, cats, and things that you can’t even name. Audiences enjoy the quality and aesthetic of his videos. He has named his microphones and animates them, so don’t panic if you see his microphone raising an eyebrow and smiling at you.