Tin Man, the master of Neo Acid, touches down at BASEMENT. The producer is one of the most singular voices on the iconic Roland TB-303, the tiny silver box responsible for acid house. Across over a decade of releases, his sound has become only more unique and instantly recognizable: deceptively simple melodic lines woven around robust, hypnotic rhythms. A cult hero, few artists imbue techno with as much mercurial depth and sense of elusive mystery as Tin Man. If anyone in New York can match though, it’s Mike Servito. The Bunker NY resident is famous for his vicious, jacking swing and squirmy acid-laced sound. He plays b2b with fellow Bunker artist and BASEMENT regular Justin Cudmore. Countless dance floors have been decimated between the two of them. What’s one more?