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YouTube

Watching This YouTuber Restore Antiques Is Incredibly Satisfying

“I suffer from anxiety and have recently started watching your videos to relax. Its calming. Thank you,” one commenter wrote on YouTuber My Mechanics' video.
Rob Dozier
5.15.19
Noisey News

Frank Ocean Is in a Hotel, Taking Pictures of Towels, Doing Fine, Thanks

In a rare interview with GQ, Ocean talked about the midterm elections, his life in New York, and skincare routines for lazy men.
Alex Robert Ross
1.10.19
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Huh, Cardi B Is Really Good at ASMR

Hope you like whispering and wet mouth sounds!
Colin Joyce
10.23.18
Art

This ASMR-Inspired Art Is Excessively Satisfying

'The Oddly Satisfying Spa' is a picturesque antidote to your smartphone addiction.
Beckett Mufson
5.30.18
New music

Death Grips’ New Video is Like an ASMR Clip From Hell

"Flies" makes me feel all weird and tingly.
Shaad D’Souza
5.23.18
Important Questions Raised By...

Dear Science, Why Does Giggs Make Me Horny?

I thought it was ASMR but in reality it's more complicated than that.
Emma Garland
11.14.17
Stuff

We Talked to Instagram’s Most Popular Slimers

Inside the strangely euphoric world of watching people poke, squish, pull, and prod homemade goo.
Savannah Scott
2.20.17
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

This 10-Hour Recording of Arctic Icebreaker Noises is the Year's Best Ambient Album

Move over Brian Eno.
Max Mertens
2.7.17
thump news

This 10-Hour Recording of Arctic Icebreaker Noises is the Year's Best Ambient Album

Move over Brian Eno.
Max Mertens
2.7.17
tech

How ASMR Purists Got into a Turf War over Porn

ASMR, the YouTube relaxation community, has developed an erotic offshoot, and some people aren't happy about it.
Georgia Bronte
12.17.15
Stuff

Schlubby Middle-Aged Men Make My Hetero Head Tingle

It's called ASMR—autonomous sensory meridian response—which basically means "science can't explain this."
Sasha Chapin
11.9.15
Stuff

ASMR, the Good Feeling No One Can Explain

ASMR is a tricky feeling to describe, and I can only talk about it secondhand. From what I understand from conversations with ASMRers, it’s a tingle in your brain, a kind of pleasurable headache that can creep down your spine, and it's triggered by...
Harry Cheadle
7.31.12