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Sam Gellaitry Drops Gentle & Chill Genre-Defying Single “Hibernation”

Sam Gellaitry Hibernation

Scottish producer Sam Gellaitry has garnered quite an impressive discography of originals and remixes to date. Although his more recognizable Escapism EP’s holistically still receive incredible hype far and wide, Sam continues to surprise his fans every once in a while by dropping new music with little to no warning; and this seems to be the case with his latest unannounced upload, “Hibernation”. 

Over the years, Sam Gellaitry has continued to impress with his incredibly unique acoustic/electronic instrumental sound, and this latest offering is no exception. Starting off slow with a gentle fade-in, vibrant bells and distant synths slowly progress the track into a lush crescendo of funky synth stabs, soft acoustic percussion and wonky non-traditional instrumentation all driven by a bouncy bassline. Check out “Hibernation” below and enjoy!

Sam Gellaitry - Hibernation

Weekly Chill Playlist Vol. 8 Ft. 20 Chill Tracks From Kasbo, Autograf, Jai Wolf & More

Weekly Chill Vol 8

We now have the eighth edition of our Weekly Chill playlist spanning 20 tracks for your listening pleasure. Whatever you're doing that needs a laid-back soundtrack this playlist is perfect for you and touches on electronic, hip-hop and indie. 

This week we have an incredible new single "Found You" from Kasbo we've had on repeat since its release. Jai Wolf and Autograf also shared great new tracks in addition to Sam Gellaitry dropping the third installment of his Escapism EPs. In addition to including some releases from our favorite artists, we also like to highlight exciting new and rising artists in these playlists and have included some new faces to TSIS like verzache, Opae, Psymun and Knox Fortune, who has collaborated with Chance The Rapper, Kaytranada and Joey Purp among more. Enjoy! 

Weekly Chill Playlist Vol. 8

Sam Gellaitry Shares Genre-Blending ‘Escapism III’ EP

Sam Gellaitry Escapism

It’s been a while since the last Sam Gellaitry project and now he's delivered Escapism III, the third installment to his EP series. Gellaitry’s distinctive and continuously evolving production style can easily be heard throughout the entirety of Escapism III.

The now 20-year-old producer began making waves at 18 when his Short Stories EP dropped on Soulection back in 2015. His unique blend of hip-hop and electronic sounds has earned him millions of plays over the years and even secured him with a spot on NAO’s FAWK Remix EP among producer giants Kaytranada, Mura Masa and more.

The EP includes worldly instrumentation through highly detailed horn, harp and string progressions placed alongside his experimental sound design. The EP combines gentle melodies with slow panning percussion and layered fluttering vocal chops seamlessly blending it into the wonky synths and skittering bass. He effortlessly creates a contrast between organic instrumentation and electronic production as he includes soft strings, acoustic guitar and angelic vocals creating a euphoric atmosphere against the 808s and slashing synths. Escapism III progresses on the Sam G sound we've become fans of over the years and comes via XL Recordings. Listen to it in full below and enjoy!

Sam Gellaitry - Escapism III | iTunes

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