Wednesday, December 14, 2011

An Experiencer Releases Her Own Christmas Album!

I’ve read some comments just recently from experiencers, who claim that giving ASMR to a loved one would be the ultimate Christmas gift. Well, that may be possible after all.

I was quite surprised to see on the ASMR Facebook Group’s wall that one of our community has apparently released her own Christmas album! She goes by the name of Hailey on her Facebook page, although her own personal Facebook account surname is different.

The album is called “Follow The Star”, and you can preview and perhaps purchase the album over at iTunes. The full album is $6.93, whereas individual songs are charged at $0.99 each. You can also pick up a physical copy of it (AKA a CD) by buying it at an online retailer such as Amazon. Hailey has confirmed that there was a change in one of the 7 tracks after it went on sale, so be sure you’re getting the latest version of it.

We’re used to seeing asmers create and upload their own sound or video clips online, but this is the first time I’ve actually seen a professionally, commercially released product by an experiencer. Hailey claims that she’s recorded and produced it all on her own, and to boot reports that her friends say some of the songs make them feel all nice and tingly.

There are many out there within the community on various network sites who claim that ASMR is different from what is known as frisson. But it is generally acknowledged that it may well be possible to have ASMR triggered by music.

So anyway, check it out and see if any of the tracks work for you. Perhaps leave a comment here on the blog or join the conversation over at her Facebook page or our Facebook Group (links above).

Hailey also has a YouTube channel called slowwhispers where she uploads her own trigger videos.

Congratulations on the album release, Hailey!

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