Glassio Introduces the Wintertime Love Playlist

Post Author: Joseph Anthony Evans

New York city couple Glassio, is made up of two very talented songwriters, Sam R. (Dubai/London) and Charles Pinel (Paris). The two began writing together after a late night homework session for an NYU music project class. the pair has released several singles that have been on the music charts and scoring many music syncs on HULU, MTV and Bravo.
Here is the latest single from Glassio titled “Daydream
Just in time for the holidays, the boys give us a wintry collection of songs that have been stuck in their minds for quite some time. Not only has it been an inspiration to them both, but it also helps us appreciate the beauty of things you see in everyday life. They thought they would pass it along.  Here’s the playlist Wintertime Love, and the thoughts about each song by Glassio.


“This is off of local NY DJ/producer UMFANG’s album that came out this past June. One of my go-to summer albums this year. This one always made me visualize snow bordering the outside of a window (hoping that image actually comes to fruition this year given how warm it’s been).” – Sam

Miasma Sky – Baths

“We were playing this late one night driving back into New York City after a tour we did this Fall. I can’t undo the image of yellow highway lines in my head when I hear this now.” – Sam 

And How – Wax Stag

“We have been obsessing over this producer for a while. He’s from London. I like to imagine a fisher-price themed version of Iceland when I hear this.” – Sam 

Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence – Ryuichi Sakomoto

“A classic go-to for me towards December. I don’t really celebrate Christmas, but this piece of music is the closest I’ll get. Solo work from one of the members of Japanese pop group Yellow Magic Orchestra.”- Sam 

Rest – Charlotte Gainsbourg

“Charlotte Gainsbourg’s sad search for a lover that will follow her to the ends of love. A song that got me through romantic hardships.”

Slow – Twin Shadow

“One of the first 80’s revivalists I got into in high school. Still resonates with me today.” 

Brazil – Cornelius

“A great cover of the classic song by Japanese band Cornelius. Love how warm yet other-worldly it feels.” 

 Seeds – Camille

“From French singer Camille’s new album. Just fell in love with its feel.” 

 Peroration Six – Floating Points

“For evening winter walks. Driving and dark instrumental post-rock meets electronic.”