Haskins’ capacity for blending cutting-edge, high-tech means of music making with the handmade, organically conceived method of playing jazz borders on the genius level.
— Something Else! Reviews
With musicians like Taylor Haskins, critics and marketing people need to formulate new genre terminology.
— East Bay Express
Taylor Haskins displays an adroit lyricism and a gift for complex, imaginative composition.
— Downbeat Magazine, Trumpets for the Future
His playing catches you off-guard in a most wonderful way
— Icon Magazine

Composer, trumpeter, & synthesist Taylor Haskins
has released seven albums:

The Point (w. Green Empire) - 2017 Recombination Records
Gnosis - 2017 Recombination Records
Fuzzy Logic - 2014 Sunnyside Records
Recombination - 2011 Nineteen-Eight Records
American Dream - 2010 Sunnyside Records
Metaview - 2006 Fresh Sound/New Talent Records
Wake Up Call - 2003 Fresh Sound/New Talent Records

Taylor is a member of Nels Cline's "Lovers" orchestra, which released an album on Blue Note Records in 2016. He is also a founding member of Guillermo Klein's "Los Guachos" and has toured & recorded with many world-class ensembles, including the Richard Bona Group and the Dave Holland Big Band, with whom Taylor won a Grammy award in 2005 for his contributions to the album "Overtime". 

Taylor has also been composing and producing music for media for over 20 years. He worked full-time for 6 years as an in-house composer for the cutting-edge music production house tomandandy, composing & producing music & sound design for numerous major commercial campaigns, films, & art installations. While at tomandandy Taylor also helped develop and field-test proprietary music generation software that employed artificial intelligence-based algorithms to compose new music. The software eventually received a U.S. Patent.

Taylor holds degrees in music from the Manhattan School of Music (MM, 1996) and the University of New Hampshire (BA, 1993). 

Originally hailing from the woods of New Hampshire and having thrived as a musician in New York City for over 20 years, Taylor now resides in the Champlain Valley region of New York's Adirondack mountains.