Samuel Blaser Quartet´s ´Spring Rain´ Recalls a Ghost

An intrepid, Swiss-born trombonist living in Berlin, whose new album, “Spring Rain”, is a thoughtful and energetic tribute... Mr. Blaser has a precise, expressive style on trombone and he’s an ace with multiphonic techniques, which enable him to growl chords on the instrument...
— Nate Chinen / New York Times (Read the full review)

Samuel Blaser Quartet - Spring Rain

Solid quartet session from trombonist Blaser, drummer Gerald Cleaver, pianist Russ Lossing and bassist Drew Gress. Whether it´s modern post-bop, avant-garde free improv or chamber music, Blaser always brings an unconventional voice to the affair. This is the kind of thing that leads to revealing, inspired moments… like on his newest recording.
— Bird is the Worm

Samuel Blaser Consort in Motion - A Mirror To Machaut

Over the last few years Swiss trombonist Samuel Blaser has established himself as a significant presence in the international jazz scene... His bold arrangements juxtapose avant-garde concepts with ancient traditions, revealing a sophisticated approach that is both visionary and timeless...
— Troy Collins / All About Jazz