Tanner Petulla, better known by his speaker-bumping, genre-blurring stage name Getter, has not only created a distinct brand for himself but has become one of the most prominent names in the bass music scene. With a sound that continually evolves from release to release, it should come as no surprise that his latest EP lands on none other than OWSLA and seems to have brought out the very best that Getter has to offer.
Radical Dude! spans the dynamic spectrum of bass music through six tracks that bring together Getter’s classic grimy sound with a mix of new flavors. The EP kicks off with “Back,” a nice hip-hop influenced beat that quickly turns it up a notch with some heavy, unexpected bass. It’s a tune that aggressively warns what surprises are to come. Cleverly tied in with the kick-off phrase, “Alright yo, I’m back in this bitch,” Getter certainly sets out to prove he’s back and better than ever. “Rip N Dip” follows up and keeps up the grit with a raw, straightforward bassline and drop that doesn’t let up.
The first collaboration track we see on the project is the already-released “666!” with fellow OWSLA label mate Ghastly. It’s an effortless mix between both artists’ styles, making for a high energy, garage house tune that can be played anywhere from the club to your car. Switching things up a bit, Getter reunites with vocalist Tree for their track “Forget It.” Showcasing a smooth, futuristic beat that beautifully ties in an emotional lyric, this one will be stuck in your head for days. If you are feeling Getter’s future bass alter ego Planet Neutral, then you will love this one!
Things pick up again as “In The Cut” (featuring Sneek and Adair) revives the energy with its heavy-hitting, high-energy bassline. Polishing off the project, “Blood” featuring energetic vocals from Georgia Ku that fit perfectly with the vivacious bass vibes on this trap-infused drop.
There isn’t any genre Getter is afraid of and this EP sets out to prove just how versatile he really is. The EP is out now so snag your copy here!