Review: Over the months and years ahead, Chicago's Still Music is going to reissue a wealth of material that first appeared on the Windy City's Hot Mix 5 records imprint. First up is a surprise CD edition of "Acid", the label's sole full-length release from 1988. As the title suggests, it was originally meant to showcase the (then) brand new sound of acid house - that raw, jacking style that combined the wild, "acid" style electronics of Roland's TB-303 bass synthesizer and heavy drum machine rhythms. It remains a peerless collection of killer acid cuts, with highlights including Photrune's wonderfully sleazy "Can You Feel The Bass?", Armando's driving, mind-altering "151", the clanking drums and alien electronics of Mr Fingers' "Ecstasy" and the driving peak-time thrust of Mickey Oliver's "Pump Up The Acid".