My Favorite YouTube Channel For Electronic MusicWolfgang Mueller
Which site do you prefer to browse when you need to find a particular song or video clip? Well, as most people would say, it is YouTube. Since my quest for newer and unique electronic music has begun, I have checked out a number of websites and apps but nothing had as much resources and easy interface as YouTube did. During my early teenage years, music CDs were the easiest way to listen to my favorite electronic music but as the technology advanced, with internet and music studio software, the artists became dedicated to YouTube channels where the response of the audience now decide whether the album or single track will be popular of not. Get to know how electronic music has changed over the years.
From Monstercat: Uncaged and Monstercat: Instinct to TrapCity, Tomorrowland to Proximity, the choices are many when you are searching for digital and electronic music. Besides, there are official channels by the popular artists too such as Skrillex, Tiesto, Martin Garrix and David Guetta. However, for regular music updates of independent artists, my favorite YouTube channel is Spinnin’ Records which has around 24 million subscribers and over 8600 videos.
Subscribe to Spinnin’ Records on YouTube here: https://www.youtube.com/user/SpinninRec/featured
This Dutch record company started its journey in 1999 by Roger de Graaf and Eelko van Kooten to promote new talents from electronic music genre. If you are an EDM enthusiast, this channel will never let you feel bored, thanks to around twelve videos posted every week so that you get new video right after enjoying one! From KSHMR to Oliver Heldens, Timmy Trumpets to Alok, Blasterjaxx to Sam Feldt, the artists of Spinnin’ Records have earned great popularity over the years. There are lyric videos as well as official audio and videos from genres like electro house, dance mix, club house, future house, trap, big room and deep house.
Spinnin’ Records have also a channel dedicated to copyright free electronic mixes where you will find tracks from artists like Madison Mars, Mike Williams, Mark &Kremont and so on. I often refer to this channel for downloading music and utilize them for experimenting with them on my own. In this context, I would like to mention the tutorial channel by Spinnin’ Records named the Spinnin’ Talent Pool where enthusiasts can submit their demos to have the track released officially under the label of Spinnin’ Record. So, if you are a music lover and have the confidence that your track has the potential, upload your demo track. Here you will also get valuable feedback from the international level music producers while reaching out to the global audience who are same crazy as you and me for electronic music. The channel also posts videos featuring Spinnin’ artists like Mike Williams, Jay Hardway and Zonderling who share their knowledge regarding the plug-ins to use, layering sounds, promotion of music and so on.
So, now as you have an idea about Spinnin’ Records, why not subscribe to the channels and get latest updates about new albums being released? Do you have some other channels for electronic music in mind? Share them in comment box; I will be happy to check them out.