Tom Laws

Tom Laws

UK techno artist Tom Laws started off as a drummer, but soon found his true passion was electronic music.

Tom Laws has had an impressive start to his career, with his unique production style and prolific output throughout the last 2 years, he has so far chalked up over 60 releases and remixes on many of the worlds most respected techno labels: Sasha Carassi’s Phobiq label, the highly respected Sleaze label as well as Resopal Schallware,  Gem, Rekluse,  LCMTC, Rhythm Converted, and Organism have all released Tom’s tracks and remixes prompting great reactions from the techno community.

His tracks have been played by:

  • “Omicron” remix played by Adam Beyer on the DCR035 Studio Mix
  • “Sacrastofy” + “Acid Theatre” played by Spektre on Mutual Respekt 042
  • “Elemental” played by Slam on the 2012 CLR Podcast
  • “Twisted Cabaret” ( Jerome Sydenham mix ) Alan Fitzpatrick – Soundwall Podcast 2012
  • “Particle B”  Carl Cox and Gabriel Ben – Timewarp – 06 -04- 2012
  • “Particle B” Sasha Carassi – 1605 Podcast – 2012-03-13

(info from www.1001tracklists.com)

DJ’s who have supported Tom Laws music include: Carl Cox, Ritchie Hawtin, Secret Cinema, Adam Beyer, Slam, Sutter Cane, Marco Bailey, Tom Hades, Sasha Carrassi, Alan Fitzpatrick, Axel Karakasis, Spektre, Gabriel D’or, Hans Bouffmyhre, Bodyscrub, Joseph Capriati, Alex D’Ella, Alexi Delano, Space DJz, Lutzenkirchen, Andres Gil, Paul Ritch, and many more.

He shows no sign of stopping there, 2012 will continue to transmit his unique take on contemporary Techno music. Tom has begun a collaborative project with Naples producer Bodyscrub, resulting in the tracks “Particle A+B” which were released on Tom Hades Label, Rhythm Converted earlier this year.

The connection between Tom Hades and Tom Laws came about when Hades remixed the track “Rapid Wire” in 2011 since then, other well known artists have lined up to remix Tom’s work including Berghain resident Jerome Sydenham, and Alex Bau.

Tom is always busy in the studio preparing fresh tracks for iconic techno labels such as Marc Bailey’s MBelektronics imprint, and preparing his live set for various podcasts and gigs around the world.