"SHADOW TRAIN" reviewed-
DOWNBEAT (4 sTARS): "a wondrous demonstration of Vasandani’s punctilious manner of interpretive work"
" A bright young singer with charisma to spare"
- the New York Times
"He does not just get by with a gorgeous tone and attractive stage presence and assume the details will take care of themselves. This is a man that still hones his craft and pursues a level of personal communication with his listeners." - All About Jazz
"SVELTE AND SUBTLY INVENTIVE"- THE NEW YORK TIMES
“Sachal Vasandani’s singing reveals emotion and intellect…consistent and unique.”
- Wynton Marsalis
“… Sachal Vasandani, a prepossessing recent arrival whose sophomore album, We Move (Mack Avenue), is among this year’s best vocal releases.” - JazzTimes
“…jazz singing is alive and doing great because of this talented young man.” – Sheila Jordan
"What is most remarkable about Vasandani’s music is his uncomplicated vocal style, which reminds the listener that expressions of pain, angst and loss are perhaps most impactful when you don’t make a big fuss about those emotions." - Rolling Stone India
“If Sachal Vasandani has a trademark, it’s his vocal tone. Clean and clear, it glides with an accessible assurance.” – DownBeat
ONE OF THE GREAT CROONERS OF OUR TIME" - JAZZ AT LINCOLN CENTER
“Red-hot…the finest young talent on the scene.” – Jazz at Lincoln Center
“… vocalist Sachal Vasandani put on an exhibition of scat singing that would have done justice to a virtuoso trumpeter. Taking a consciously instrumental approach to the art of rattling off notes as random syllables, Vasandani chiseled out long wordless runs across a dynamic range evocative of a trumpeter playing fast and loose with his mute. But the singer also left no doubt he could also flat-out sing.” – Detroit News
Read Sachal's "Before and After" Interview in JazzTimes