If there's one artist in electronic music who knows how to be bold and unapologetic with their releases, it's Getter. From face-melting bass and trap sounds to melodic, nuanced songs, the producer has done it all. Now, with the release of his latest EP, NAPALM, out today via his own Shred Collective banner, Getter has once again proven his dedication to putting out whatever music he's feeling in the moment—and it's certainly paid off.
While NAPALM is composed of less than 15 minutes of music, its six tracks are compelling and magnetic, demanding attention with each song's heavy punch of experimental sonics and idiosyncratic character. The previously released "BAD ACID," with its cyberpunk-infused trap, and "ADHD," the shortest track on the project, will sound the most familiar to fans of Getter's aggressive bass sound. Taken together, all six tracks are a flawless demonstration of Getter's penchant for eccentric sound design and willingness to experiment.