Ant Law is a young Scottishborn guitarist who has been making a real name for himself. he has recorded a CD called "Entanglement" and has been touring around the UK to great acclaim. The high esteem in which Ant's work is held is also reflected in the quality of the musicians he's recruited to his quartet. Tom Farmer is one of the most in-demand bassists on the London scene, perhaps best known for his work with Empirical, while James Maddren is the hottest young drummer to emerge since Aberdeen's own Seb Rochford. Saxophonist Michael Chillingworth has a lower national profile, but he's a key member of the influential F-ire Collective, working with such stars as Kit Downes and Jim Hart, as well as leading his own highly regarded quartet. Taken together, the four members of the Ant Law Quartet demonstrate that the jazz tradition is still alive and kicking, and in extremely safe hands.
Their music has been described as similar to that of the great Pat Metheny with lots of space and interesting melodies and harmonies.
"Law is a gifted and versatile musician" London Jazz News
"This is an exciting band to hear live". The Guardian