his voice of the report of the week podcast (VORW) helped me remain calm on my travels to Finland in january.
the calmth of his voice makes chaotic scenarios like picking up your bag from the dropoff or a plane taking off feel way more relaxed. it's like having an understanding friend with you that just rambles about things he likes to distract you from the busyness of everyday life.
I like Jaiden Animations, Erik's Comment Etiquette, Academy of Ideas, Historia Civilis, Every Frame a Painting, Now You See It, Hello Future Me, Sen Zen.
Its not a podcast but primitive technology is max comfy.
Nothing but the sound of nature and toil.https://youtu.be/P73REgj-3UE
Oh man, this is great.
Really relaxing. Also his furniture looks good.
This kind of thing makes me want to make some furniture myself, and actually I do want a bigger table.
Maybe I'll try creating something from a simple design.>>2632>it's surprisingly relaxing watching someone mix cocktails
I know what you are talking about.
I especially like this one https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BxRzzm-mjCE
I really like Robin Seplut's channel. He's a Russian guy who goes and feeds and takes care of stray kittens and finds them homes. It's very comfy.https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTZUTvv_1Onm-f-533Hyurw
this guy was doing a vlog while cycling across japan and it was super comfy but he hasn't put out a new one in a while. It's worth watchinghttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uIs8cNCGGac&list=PL6K_qxv1NMKKR-6JE1TdmC2QH983128YM
peterdraws is pretty darn comfy too, he draws lines that sometimes look like thingshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6uimuoyFDZQ
cuckoo is a good channel where this guy messes around with synthesizers and stuff, maybe it's only interesting to me because I like nerding out over music gear but I think he's pretty comfyhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cXnMddx-J54
Rachel and Jun's channel is really comfy, especially their travel videos. They regularly travel to different parts of Japan, do some sightseeing and upload the best parts on Youtube. Rachel can get a bit too excited at times, but she and Jun are both very likable people!
They have two channels, both are worth following, but if you only care about their travel videos, checking out their second channel should be enough.https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4yqcgz49APdbgj0OMv7jpAhttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSzHO_V894KyTDw3UgZS7gg
Jun also has his own channel in which he does some impressive cooking from time to time.https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRxAgfYexGLlu1WHGIMUDqw>>2623
This is really cool! I love how they focus completely on the furniture, with no one talking to the camera or otherwise interrupting what's going on.
If you're into Street Fighter or fighting games in general, The Excellent Adventures of Gootecks and Mike Ross is pretty comfy imo
水たまりボンド is comfy if you know/are learning Japanese.
Older episodes for sure, but as time goes on they got more and more depressed. It's probably good that they've replaced them now :(
I didn't even realize when I posted it because I haven't played SFV or watched in ages. Can't believe Mike Ross is gone.
Arkfeller is a channel that hosts all of the episodes of the Whitest Kids U'Know sketch comedy show, including the commentaries for the first 3 seasons. Funnier than the show at times, and has a great cozy feeling, like a group of old friends just hanging out and cracking jokes for a living.
Just found 'this old tony'https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qMrlyEreba8
High comfy value here.
I can't watch westerners traveling in japan coz I'm getting too jelly.
But i can still recommend https://www.youtube.com/user/adric22
. His videos restoring old computers and stuff is rly comfy
3blue1brown is a good channel about maths that explain things in an intuitive way that does not however diverge from actual math through dumb analogies or stupid divulgation condescendence.>>2770
reminds me of primitive technology
wow this guy is like reviewbrah for cigarettes. Sadly I quit so it's kind of hard to watch because of cravings.
This dude Ross (blonde) is definition of carelessness. His channel is all vlogs and the theme is him goofing off in public.
Just watch first minutes of this episode starring his mate's kids.
If you like comfy cocktail crafting I recommend this one : https://www.youtube.com/user/BetterCocktails/videos
On another topic, Train Driver's View videos are quite relaxing to watch : https://www.youtube.com/user/Pepeibra/videos
Townsends is good if you like history.
Grand Illusions is very wholesome and pure. It's about toys and other weird, interesting objects that the owner of the channel collects.
My boyfriend likes to watch ZNAProductions. It's a channel about crafting weapons made by a very chill and funny Christian dude, so no swearing and very nice.
I posted this in the DIY wildcard youtube thread, but I figure it would be worth sharing here as well.
I've been binging on guitar repair videos lately, seeing the different little hacks they use to fix things is neat.
This channel is run by a pretty high-end luthier, some of these videos are really impressive!https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CUUuMzxJ9h8
This other channel is more of a one man deal, his work isn't as intense and exciting, but the way he grumpily rambles on about stuff as he does the repairs is fun to listen to.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GX2af8DeHqg
I found a blind minecraft playthrough, run by a japanese youtuber known as "PiroPito", who seems to be more well known for creepy/horror content.
He's playing 100% blind, no wiki. It's really interesting seeing someone completely new to the game exploring it in their own way. It also seems like he's one of those players who takes the game to an extreme, doing absurdly time consuming tasks just for the sake of it? Just as an example, in the most recent video (#76) he decides to demolish a ~14000 block sky bridge just because he wanted the beginning of it to be centered at 0,0 in the world coordinates. It seems that he's trying to build this bridge to reach x coordinate 1 million?
The videos are pretty quiet, it's comfy watching him naively bumble through the world.
Here's the playlist for the entire thing if anyone is interested.https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLbqkLu2V1bJJUQ2aLZjFdz8decGs1kHg-
They recomend this channel (embedded) which has basically the same premise. Both remind me of Primitive Technology but have more production to it.
Is this a trend? I think the internet becoming so huge is allowing unexpected things to find their public.
Those channels are like short, silent and relaxing reality shows, execpt informative in nature.
I;ve been watching this for a few hours now and it's great, thanks sushi
Videorelated is a channel from a classical pianist who is exploring different genres of music to broaden her horizons, as well as creating some nice conceptual compositions.>>3648>>3650
This feels like some strange propaganda/tourist advert. What young girl in rural china has a camera that good, professional understanding of cinematography, editing skills and software, and importantly access to youtube which is blocked in china I believe. On top of that they're both above average in terms of looks, I don't know maybe I'm just paranoid but it seems suspicious to me. Either way it's very comfy thank you for sharing.
I just take them for what they are. Nicely made and cozy videos about cooking and food in rural Asia. I don't believe for a second that rural China and Vietnam are full of cute waifus that will toil for hours to make food for me, but it is a nice dream to have.
and in my original text i mentioned how the chinese channel felt like it a hidden purpose mainly because of the directing but i didn't word it properly and erased it.
Editing is not so hard to learn, the software you can pirate and there are many chinese on youtube but the direction of her videos are way too good. Of course since she is chinese the first thing we assume is 'government' but it may be something else.
The vietnamese girl, on the other hand, uses only simple camera angles and her transitions are only focused on what is important for the cooking in that moment, besides the little mini-stories at the end. Plus her whole channel is in vietnamese.
It looks like she has some financial aid, probably from a company, but nothing major or maybe she or someone in her family studies or studied visual media.
Honestly, thinking about those things is cool but at face-value both channels are cool too.
I think people don't really understand what Bossa Nova is (was, to be fair) and misled her. Caetano and Jorge Ben are definitely not Bossa, neither are some of the artists recommended on the comments.
I want to listen the finished tune now but i think she is too influenced by samba.
Yeah maybe I am just paranoid after all. Too much time on lainchan and now I think everyone's a secret government agent trying to hax my IBM Thinkpad™ and steal my animes. >at face-value both channels are cool too.
very true, I found myself watching more of their videos it makes my want to become a farmer. >I want to listen the finished tune now but i think she is too influenced by samba.
I don't know much about bossa nova (any recommendations would be appreciated!) but she also did one on funk before where the final piece didn't sound funk at all. I think her goal is more to compose something inspired by these genres rather than trying to replicate them. I still like the end result even if it doesn't sound much like the genre it's based on>>3260
just finished catching up at around 4:30am last night, really loved the whole series thank you for recomending it! I looked through his other videos and found "user 666" which I remember seeing when I was younger. His other horror videos were really nice too.
>>3673>any recommendations would be appreciated!
What people say is the inception of BN is the album Chega de Saudade by João Gilberto, check that out as it is pretty fabulous.
Elis & Tom is a great album; this is the only album of Elis that is BN.
Check João Gilberto, Tom Jobim, Vinicius de Moraes, Stan Getz, Baden Powell and Toquinho.
There are many others, but to be honest i find Bossa quite repetitive.
this guy makes videos about world of warcraft, unbelieveable comfy
check his series where he talks about vanilla wow
you dont have to be familiar with the gamehttps://youtu.be/aL81Ywzc-nU
thanks for sharing this! i'm not into world of warcraft at all, yet it was still really comfy!
Reminds me of the kind of videos that I like to search for. Winter bicycling videos. Finding good ones is so hard I think, since so many chat too much, or blare music, completely missing out on how quiet and calm winter can be.
I think this is one of the nicer videos with winter riding.
I don't know why, but I love listening to people rant about absolutely stupid things. Here is LittleKuriboh ranting about Yugioh GX. And holy shit… that show was so pants on head stupid. And he also sometimes talk his depression in other videos. I love his videos, no matter how silly they get.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Up7HOThhvnU
here's a neat little oblivion roleplay LP. the guy gets real in-depth with his character (there are entire episodes dedicated to journal entries from said character). there's a lot of surprisingly comfy moments too, like when he's watching the sun set over the countryside or weaving through the city's alleys late at night.https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL0VJ_-KbXC0pXgG5BYakzm1DhvWeiPTFq
it's super nerdy, but it's kinda revived my love for nerdy things in general (fantasy books, writing, roleplaying, dnd, all that stuff)
you would need to be serious cuckold to enjoy this
Stop being jealous, and learn to see happy people as role models.
This guy uploads moments from his VRChat streams that usually involve heartfelt conversations with strangers and it's really comfy and at times poignant.
Kyle Landry does piano compositions to help you sleep: https://www.youtube.com/user/kylelandry
Writing on Games does video essays on games: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPlWv88ZRMxCcK3BGjrX7ew
Leonardo Da Sidci also does that: https://youtu.be/pIvcys_IPcQ
The Sailing Frenchman
Not gonna say anything else, just watch and enjoy https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjbnS2PJDbVxyF0foCil6oQ
Strolls across Japan filmed from a first view perspective.