Ant gets ready to lay down the Law

Guitarist Ant Law concludes his lengthy UK tour with a gig at The Cube at Deda in Derby on Friday, April 4.

Law was a scholar at both Edinburgh University and Berklee College of Music until moving to London in 2008.

Upon arrival, he picked up work with artists such as Mica Paris, Leon Ware, Koby Israelite, Camille O’Sullivan, Britain’s Got Talent star Tony Laf, X-factor winner Steve Brookstein and Eileen Hunter, and members of Level 42.

He was featured in the July 2011 issue of Total Guitar magazine. Additionally he is a pioneer of a new Perfect Fourths tuning system for guitarists. Whilst touring internationally, he composed music intensively. He makes regular trips to New York to study with his heroes Ben Monder, Lage Lund, Adam Rogers, Gilad Hekselman, Tim Miller, and significantly Ari Hoenig. These influences are audible in the music. Working with the heaviest young cats in the UK, a core line-up and repertory eventually settled, becoming the Entanglement album. This project was awarded funding from the Jazz Services Recording Support Scheme and released on the 33 Jazz label.