Top 10 Electronic Music Youtube Channels To Follow

Whether you need to get your daily dose of good electro, house or deep-house sound or you want to start with MAO, it has become a reflex to look for solutions on the Internet, and more particularly on Youtube. Outside of the commonly known music hosting channel, there is a wide array of electronic music content.

In this article we present you a selection of Youtube channels that revolve around the world of electronic music, playlists, tracks, gear and learning!

👇Top 10 Best Electronic Music Youtube Channel

1. Mixmag

Established 1983, Mixmag is also an institution and your guide to global electronic music and club culture. Every month you’ll find the most exciting artists, producers and DJs, reports and features from festivals and club scenes around the world.

Their Youtube Channel count 1.5 millions subscriber and home  of their signature The Lab series wich has taken them from New York to LA, Paris, and London with sets from the best in the Electronic Music scene.

2. Cercle

This platform of streaming born in 2015, has contributed to swell the music streaming realm by filming sets of DJs playing in amazing venues. Drones filming the artist playing in castles, cathedrals, the Eiffel Tower, floating cabins or in front of magical sunsets like the one we have reported below.

3. Point Blank Music School

Point Blank London started out as a commercial recording studio in 1994 and since that time has grown to become the world’s ‘Best Music Production School,’ as voted by the readers of DJ Mag.

Point Blank delivers a wealth of essential music-centric content. From masterclasses and track breakdowns with some of the most exciting artists in the industry to their own in-house tutorials, reviews, music videos and more.

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This Youtube Channel is definitely one to check out if you want to get into Electronic Music production.

4. DJ Mag

For anybody interested in Electronic Music, DJ Mag is one of the main sources of infos and news. 

But they also have a very popular Youtube Channel, cumulating almost 1 Millions Subscribers. They offer a variety of DJ Sets from the most proeminent DJs in the World, such as David Guetta, the newly Grammy Winner, Black Coffee or Bob Sinclar. 

5. Boiler Room

Boiler Room is iconic, a pioneer in bringing club and electronic music culture to YouTube and mainstream audiences.

As they put it, Boiler Room started with a webcam taped to a wall, opening a keyhole into London’s underground.”

They organise a wildly oversubscribed party, film the DJ playing a live set and then broadcast it online. More than two million people have subscribed to the YouTube channel.

6. Telekom Electronic Beats

Telekom Electronic Beats is  primarily a Deutsch music program founded in 2000. It comprises a media portfolio and has been organizing events such as concerts, festivals and club nights with mainly electronic music artists throughout Europe.

It’s also a Youtube Channel wich have, over the years, delivered a wide variety of content. From Blind Test series to Tech Talks, documentaries, B-Sides, Artist / Label features and Live Videos featuring established artists and newcomers alike.

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8. Slav

Slav is an underground electronic music channel that delivers a lot of cool stuff, that ranges from Garage, House, funky psychadelic house, it is inobtrusive enough to perform well as background fodder while working, writing or perhaps even while working out.

9. Digital DJ Tips

With over 30,000 students in 163 countries across its DJ training courses. DJ Digital Tips might be the biggest online DJ school in the world. 

With almost 300k subscribers, their Youtube channels offers, tutorials, reviews, guides and everything you need to start your journey to become a DJ. They’re also behind The DJ Test, a unique online tool that helps DJs work out where they most need to improve, and offers them personalised free training based on their results.

More a decade of experience, but one thing that hasn’t changed is the company’s mission statement: To help as many people as possible become great DJs and DJ/producers.

10. Selected.

Built from humble beginnings, Selected have progressed as one of the industry’s leading label’s and most prominent YouTube curator. They’ve been massively influential in establishing some of dance’s music’s biggest artists in the scene, as well as being an instrumental figure in the YouTube playlist curating movement that kicked off under a decade ago.

Noteworthy artists such as Disclosure, Duke Dumont, MK, and Jessie Ware to name a few have seen success from the label. 

If you want to go deeper into learning music production, you can check our “Everything You Should Know To Start Producing Music” article