posted by Liam Dryden

Got a few days off? Time to flesh out your YouTube subscriptions with some awesome content!

So here’s the situation; it’s Easter weekend, and if you’re lucky, you’ve got two extra whole days! But while you might spend that extra time bingeing on YouTube, you’ve found that you’ve already seen everything in your Subscriptions.

Not to worry! We’ve got just a handful of channels that you might not have gotten around to watching yet, that will really help to flesh out your YouTube palate. Enjoy!



Michael Aranda/WhatImDoingRightNow

Musician and producer Michael has been around the YouTubes for quite a long time; but if you’ve been wondering about his absence on his main channel, you might want to turn your attention to the stylish and engaging daily vlog he has been artistically crafting for the past two years.



Yulin Kuang

US-based Yulin started as a filmmaker, before finding the YouTube community to be a great next step for her career. Surely enough, her fun and whimsical collaborations with actors and YouTube stars such as Mary Kate Wiles helped her put her mark on the YouTube short film circuit!



Tessa Violet

Tessa has done a little bit of everything in her YouTube tenure, but music is where she has truly shone. After the release of album Maybe Trapped Mostly Troubled, Tessa has been quietly working on her next project; which we recently got a taster of in the original song above!



Sammy Paul

If Sammy has somehow escaped your attention before now, despite working on multiple projects with half the UK YouTube community, now’s a good time to get into his work. Not only are there great sketches starring a lot of familiar faces on his channel, but his upcoming short film Friend Like Me, starring Bertie Gilbert and Chris Kendall, is coming out soon…



Polygon/Monster Factory

Even if straight gameplay videos aren’t your thing, there’s always one hilarious part of watching Let’s Play videos – character customisation. The McElroy brothers of gaming channel Polygon have turned this particular feature of video games into a whole series called “Monster Factory”; which we guarantee will leave you in stitches.