The Ant Law Contemporary Jazz Quartet

LONDON Toulouse Lautrec Jazz Club
140 Newington Butts, Kennington, London
SE11 4RN

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Ant Law’s Contemporary Jazz Quartet present a night of original compositions along with their re-arrangement of jazz standards

As part of this year’s EFG London Jazz Festival; Ant Law has put together a special supergroup with four of the leading lights in contemporary jazz. Presenting a night of original compositions by all four musicians along with their own re-arrangement of jazz standards. "Law is an innovator...What a game changer he can be." The Guardian Described as “An innovator" and “A gamechanger" by The Guardian, British guitarist Ant Law changes the game for this year’s festival with an all new line-up of contemporary fine jazz musicians. Individually they have played on some of the world’s most prestigious stages alongside some of the biggest names in the music industry, collectively they will be an explosive supergroup in this one-off special. Ant Law – Guitar Matt Robinson – Piano Matt Ridley – Double Bass Marc Michel – Drums “Bustling power, judiciously harnessed with elegance and poise… Bright, punchy and memorable." London Jazz News His debut 'Entanglement' was released in 2013 to great acclaim, followed by 'Zero Sum World' in 2015. Ant and his original group have toured extensively and their third album 'Life I Know' for Edition Records was released on the 9th of November 2018. The release was very warmly received by the press. It received 5 star reviews, made numerous “best of 2018" lists, received airplay in the UK, Europe, Australia, and hundreds of thousands of plays (and counting) on Spotify. It is being described as “career-defining". “Bustling power, judiciously harnessed with elegance and poise… Bright, punchy and memorable." London Jazz News “Ridley has a solid, woody sound and his solos are nimble and to the point." JazzWise Magazine “Lean, purposeful… Ambitious, engrossing guitar jazz." Guitarist Magazine “Robinson is also an impressive composer and this fact allied to the quality of his performance on this album suggests that he has a very bright future ahead of him." Ian Mann, The Jazz Mann