Terminal 313 chart at Juno (May 2011)

The May charts herald another return of acid. Twenty years after his first release, Italian Lory D is in a great form when reinforces surprisingly the roster of Numbers, hitting with EBM-minded acid tracks. Japanese producer Iori combines droning techno journey with subtle acid confirming that Prologue Music is a techno label to watch in 2011. Albert van Abbe is a new striker of the Dutch electro squad and comes with the second release of own No Comment label. Thereafter acid again: Uncanny Valley label is a revelation with quality mini-compilations of which the latest is dedicated to oldschool bubbling sounds, also found in bulk in the album by JTC and two-track single by Tin Man.

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