Among many roles, Sam Dew may be a singer, songwriter, producer, and multi-instrumentalist, but he simply considers himself a vessel. “Being anonymous, I’ve made a career from a cave,” he admits. “No one knows what I’m really about beyond a good song. I appreciate that. You can serve the audience on another level when you’re just a worker or a vessel to them. It creates a different reality that’s more about the art. I simply want to make music.” As it does in the case of idols such as Thom Yorke and Trent Reznor, the music eclipses the Chicago native’s persona. As a songwriter, his subtle artistic touch can be felt throughout the worlds of pop, electronic, hip-hop, and R&B….