My Favourite ASMR Artists
Let me introduce my favourite ASMR artists (often referred to as ASMRtists). Please check out their YouTube channels and enjoy their fabulous creative and varied content, specially made for the specific purpose of triggering ASMR, which feature medical/spa treatment role-plays, whispered walking tours, soft-spoken/whispered rambles, food eating and whispered gaming (controller and keyboard clicks are a big trigger for many!) to name but a few. Don’t forget to subscribe to their channels so that you don’t miss out on new content as they upload it!
I’d like to give my heartfelt thanks to the wonderful ASMRtists that you see on this page, not only for their contributions and for allowing me to feature their channels, but for their inspiration and support for my channel too.
Eddie has been an avid watcher of ASMR videos since 2012, and decided to give back to the community in 2017 by creating his own videos. His primary focus is on relaxing role-play videos that explore various ASMR inducing triggers.
Michael While is the person behind TirarADeguello channel. He started making videos in September 2014 hoping to make odd ASMR videos with a paranormal slant. He has slowly moved towards making Reiki self help and personal attention videos. He is married, has 3 children and lives in Salem, Ohio, USA.
I started making videos after watching ASMR on YouTube for about 5 years, once I figured out these tingles had a name! ASMR has helped me quite a bit in terms of finding comfort, sanity and sleep and it was important to me to pay that forward. So, CrinkleLuvin ASMR exists. 🙂 Most of my videos are role-plays and a large majority of those are of the medical variety. Some are serious, some are not. I also have some horror ASMR videos, tattooing, spa stuff, fitness and some just random themes.
Hi my name is Linda and I come from Glasgow, Scotland. I found ASMR several years ago when I was fighting breast cancer. During chemo the doctor gave me very powerful steroid tablets and I found myself very hyper, shaky and I would be up for 4 days solid without a sleep. The tablets were almost as bad as the chemo itself. As I had lost all my hair I longed to hear the sound of a hairbrush going through hair and I searched online – that’s when I found ASMR! I put my headphones on and closed my eyes and listened to the sound of the hairbrush, it was so soothing for me that I found myself waking up still wearing the headphones! I thought ‘wow this is pure magic’ 🙂 I knew then that once I beat cancer I would try and create ASMR content myself and that’s what I have done! The absolute joy I get in knowing I am helping others is amazing – no amount of money can even touch how I feel about this. I hope you all give ASMR a chance and I know you will find a trigger that does the same for you, there are hundreds of triggers out there and I hope you enjoy looking for yours! Hugs and love always.