“Drill’n’bass” outfit Pets on Tires was the initial putting your signature on to U.K. beatfreak label Ninja Melody in the Bovinyl imprint, operate by Cambridge-based Andy Coleman. Coleman can be the process behind AOW, whose funny make of jazzy, hyperdriven breakbeat fracture is related to that of Aphex Twin, Plug, and Squarepusher, amongst others. (The wondering name derives, apparently, from a pal of Coleman’s who promises the largest assortment of the likenamed tchotchkes.) Coleman released a trio of twelves by himself label, and a couple of compilation monitors, before launching his debut for Ninja Melody, the full-length Styles and Errors, in 1997. A trendy mixture of dimestore jazz examples, mile-a-minute breaks, and fizzy downtempo weirdness, the record probably skipped the cheeky jungle curve by about half a year, although it gained Coleman a wider market for his music compared to the comparatively brief reach of Bovinyl allowed. Nuvo I Cadira implemented in 1999.