We’ve been waiting for this one for quite some time. Having put his blood sweat and tears into this new project over the last three years, today Getter’s new album Visceral is finally here via Mau5trap.
Getter has had a whirlwind of a time over the past few years. Having launched his own label, started a new hip-hop side project and even stated that he would be leaving EDM, it’s no wonder this album has been a while in the making. But as we recently talked with the LA-based producer about the process leading up to Visceral, it seems that this project embodies more raw emotion than we ever could’ve expected. He also clarified his comments about EDM, saying he just went on a rant and isn't planning on leaving the genre.
Upon first listen to the new project, we’re absolutely loving the new direction Getter is traveling. Filled with inspiration from all over the electronic music spectrum, Getter has switched things up on this latest offering, blending bright, ethereal synths, lush, atmospheric soundscapes, powerful vocals and heavy bass seamlessly throughout. While different than the dubstep, trap or even future bass that we’ve heard from Getter in the past, there’s no denying this is some of the most passionate music we’ve ever heard from the 25-year-old artist. And although included on the album are recently released singles “All Is Lost”, “Made For You (Alone Again)”, “Solo”, (and a new interlude version of “Colorblind”), with features from Njomza, Midoca, Joji and more, listeners can expect numerous curveballs and switch-ups throughout the entirety of this new 12-track journey.
Stream Visceral in its entirety below and make sure to take a trip back seven+ years to where it all began with our cohesive timeline of Getter’s career here. Enjoy!