"Oxford Ardkore" almost seems like a concept someone came up with to take the piss out of me, what with being a product of the university.
But it's for real and it's the work of a character who recorded as Doctor G (which again makes you imagine a professor who caught the raving bug and operates a pirate station from the eyrie of his chambers in Balliol or Magdalen)
Of course, Oxford is not only the university - it's a large town with an industrial element (Cowley) and a lot of regular people leading lives unconnected to academia or the ancillary employment that the colleges support.
Still, it's not inconceivable that some students were sufficiently clued in - and drugged up - to be actually into rave and the first stirrings of jungle.
Now I think of it, there was a post a few years back about ardkore junglizm emanating from the Oxford area -Wots My Code, Invisible Man, Spinback, Q Project, Gwange, Total Science etc .
Specifically the Blackbird Leys Estate (a place rife with joyriding in '91, incidentally).
Good building to set up a transmitter from the top of...
Wots My Code namechecking their hometown.
Back to Doctor G, who ran a label called, haha, G-Spot Records. (Love the little joke of "Est 92")
Now I wonder what the 'Scratchapella' sounded like...
Most of this stuff is not really first-rank work of the era, let's be honest
YT in comments points out that Doctor G = Graham Mew = The Invisible Man, a better known name in ardkore 'scenti circles. He notes the similarity with the hand-drawn labels. Another giveaway is the reference to Bangin B-Line as the production entity. And indeed it says "all tracks written, produced, engineered, mixed and sorted by Doctor 'G'". Sorted!
Ah, look he had a lot of aliases in those day
An entire mix of Invisible Man tuneage courtesy of Law
Eventually he graduated to Good Looking
Now what's this then - a completely different, much later, Oxford 'Ardkore - some kind of hardcore punk thrash band!