Steve Law

Since the early 1980's, Steve Law has been producing electronic music in various forms from his home in Melbourne. As a member of several electronic groups and from his many eclectic solo projects, he has released numerous recordings on labels all around the world. He also performs live frequently, both nationally and overseas.

Steve's many collaborations have included Ollie Olsen, Voiteck, Atom Heart, Tetsu Inoue, Riou, Speedy J, Alistair Riddell, Self Transforming Machine Elves, Monolake, Andrew Garton, Dale Nason, Bochum Welt, Terence Ho, Viridian, Paul Abad, Black Cab, Ai Yamamoto, High Pass Filter and Kazu Kimura. Locally, Steve has contributed to the Experimenta, Fringe, Electrofringe and Next Wave festivals, as well as composing music for film, multi-media and dance.

He has also been actively involved in Melbourne's electronic and experimental music scene since the late 1980's. In 1996 he was announced winner of the ABC Classic FM computer music award with his electro-acoustic composition Urbania. Recently Steve has started his own Postel (Solitary), and has developed a particular interest in spatial audio and surround sound. He is also very interested in collaborating with other sound and vision artists, in recordings, audio-visual presentations and live improvisation.

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