"Insomniac’s Metronome series features mixes from some of today’s fastest-rising electronic stars, as well as championed legends. It takes listeners deep across a wide range of genres, movements, cultures, producers, artists and sounds that make up the diverse world of electronic music.
Chalk it up to age and experience:Getter has evolved. Since making his much-hyped debut as both MVP and Rookie of the Year over at Datsik’s Firepower Records, the bass maestro has ran circles around his fellow bass-heads. With releases on Firepower and Buygore, collaborations with bass giants Borgore and Skrillex, and remixes with just about everyone in your SoundCloud homepage, Getter has done it all, seen it all, and wrecked it all.
So much so, he even maxed out on the whole bass scene altogether for a bit, citing a state of creative torpor caused by an feeling of recycled sound and style and a general boredom with the genre. This artistic roadblock beget his experimental album Planet Neutral, which saw Getter abandon his heavy bass and dubstep roots for a more chilled-out, astral sound. It shocked fans and the electronic world, to say the least, but it proved one thing: Beyond the bass, beyond the party music, Getter is a musician and artist through and through.
But don’t worry. Getter is back on his bass canon, having recently joined the OWSLA crew with hisAllegiance EP. Armed with heavy artillery—including Allegiance knocker “Head Splitter,” and it’s tripped-out video, and an annihilating remix of Jack Ü’s, featuring 2 Chainz, “Febreze”—Getter’s grown-up and transformed take on bass music is indeed a huge step in the right direction.
For his Metronome mix, Getter explores his heavy past and very promising future with a special nod to his hip-hop faves. Take a dip in the new Getter sound." - insomniac.com