About Sam Lachow
Sam Lachow is a producer, songwriter, rapper, videographer, and director. Raised in both Seattle and New York City, he's been creating videos since elementary school and as a seventh-grader started a group called Shankbone, which he began directing and producing music videos for as well as for various other artists.
In 2011 Sam released his debut project as a solo artist titled "Brand New Bike", which he produced entirely himself. In 2014, his second full length album "Huckleberry" independently debuted at #5 on the iTunes Hip Hop charts. He then unexpectedly released a free project titled 80 Bars, which surpassed a million plays on Soundcloud and YouTube for multiple songs.
Riding that momentum, Sam became the first local headliner to sell out Seattle's 1,000 cap Neptune Theater and in 2015 he played the main stage at Washington's biggest music festival, Sasquatch.
In the years following, Sam has continued touring, writing and producing music with his signature genre-blending style and collaborating with artists from a wide variety of musical backgrounds. In 2020, he released his most polished album to date, "Corduroy" which features Watsky, Dave B and Travis Thompson as well as many other up and coming artists.
On September 1st 2022, Sam released his latest project "Songs Without a Home", a culmination of singles he's been putting out over the last year, as well as a handful of unreleased songs, which has become his favorite album to date.
Sam currently lives with his dog Devin in Seattle, WA and continues making music and touring the country.