you are describing ASMR, Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response. It is a thing. Despite the youtube variants that cash in on it. Where certain things,
sounds, repetitive noises, even movements of another, create a tingle in your spine, scalp, and in some, their entire body. I've felt it my entire
life, and only within the last 4-5 years has it been a thing. No one was ever willing to say "Hey, keep doing that, makes me all tingly!" to a
stranger, so we never mentioned it, thinking it was only us.
But the many varied ways it has been expressed, it is music that we allow it to be spoken about.
It is, in my opinion, a varied thing. As in, some people can find certain noises infuriating, to the point of extreme anger. Misophonia. Which I also
suffer. But the opposite, is a noise, mundane, unintended, repetitive.. which can lull you into a state of bliss.
With the youtube things, it's now been monopolised, monetised and made into a niche. It doesn't work like that. Yet still, some artists can indeed
create that sensation. Usually very pretty ladies, with soft whispers and long fingernails. which creates the impression in those who fail to
understand ASMR, that it's sexual.. a corruption of it. One chick even cashed in on it, sullied the rest of her work.
I find it best in things unintentional. And the public is very good at unintentional tingles for a weirdo like me
Music, not a lot. Unless I am already emotionally attached to an artist.