Animals on Wheels

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Animals on Wheels is the stage name of Andrew Coleman, an electronic musician based in Cambridge.[1]

Together with Adam Butler (aka Vert) he formed Bovinyl,[2] an independent record label, and released his first EP, Baits Bite, in 1996. The EP is named after Bates Bite lock, a on the River Cam where Andrew lived and produced music on his houseboat.[3]

In 1997, Andrew signed with Ninja Tune and released another EP, Cooked EP.[4] He then went on to release various albums and EPs with Ninja Tune and other labels. His last release to date was Dummy, an EP on LaMadameAvecLaChien label in 2009. Andrew is currently collaborating with Mike King[disambiguation needed] (aka iCON the Mic King aka MiC K!NG) under the name Robots with Hearts - they will be releasing the EP in the summer on London independent record label Tape.[5]

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