One of the strongest and most stirring performances by any iteration of the Terminal Quartet, On Sacred Rights was performed on Australia Day 2007 at the Make It Up Club, Fitzroy, Melbourne.
This unique performance featured the extrodinary and rare combination Ash Wednesday, Steve Law, John Grant and Andrew Garton.
- 1st Movement: Steve Law
- 2nd Movement: Ash Wednesday
- 3rd Movement: Andrew Garton
- 4th Movement: John Grant
- 5th Movement: Law, Wednesday, Garton, Grant
Includes field recordings from Invasion Day speeches made on the steps of Parliament House, Melbourne, on the morning prior to the performance.
Son of Science Ensemble live ambient set at Horse Bazaar, Melbourne, August 5 2007. Garton’s farewell gig!
Steve Law (Zen paradox) and Andrew Garton (Son of Science, Headlock) live at the Uni Bar, Southern Cross University, Lismore, Northern NSW, Australia – 24 February 2007.
Terminal Quartet with special guest Robert Henke and Steve Law performing “In Drift We Trust”.
A very special iteration of the Terminal Quartet featuring Ollie Olsen, Ross Bencina (AudioMulch), Paul Abad and Secession founder, Andrew Garton, with special guests Robert Henke (monolake.de) and Steve Law.
Performing live at the Make It Up Club, 7 February 2006.
Zen Paradox + Garton Live at OPEN CHANNEL, Melbourne.
Zen Paradox (aka Steve Law) performs live with Andrew Garton on synth, voice and Foley samples. Performed at Framed, an open access forum at OPEN CHANNEL, Victoria Harbour, Melbourne.