article by: Ryley Fabber
The electronic DJ and music producer from San Jose, California, has been around for quite a while now, mixing beats and making his own music since 2008. It wasn’t until his first EP release in 2011, when his career would steadily erupt.
Getter was hosted by producer, rapper, and Vine making companion, Nicholas Colletti. The two best friends make hysterical videos on vine, and since have appeared on a number of other entertainment outlets. Nick Colletti has about 2 million followers on Vine, while Getter has around 4 million. The two are famous for the amusing term ‘suh dude,’ which has been taken around the world amongst Vine users. Colletti and Getter’s fan base is enormous. They’re not only admired for their producing and mixing abilities, but their personalities and incorporation of it into their music. https://vine.co/v/iWVqZrut33w
Nick Colletti came on to mix his own set following the two awesome openers. Colletti mixed old school hip-hop songs and electronic music. Colletti was conversational and enthusiastic, achieving the desired affect of an extremely rowdy crowd. Along with Getter, Colletti definitely knew how to get a crowd going. The entire crowd was on their feet and anticipating Getter’s epic opening.
Getter certainly demonstrated his talents in mixing, entertaining, and getting the crowd off their feet.
There was not a still soul in the room.
Getter came on, and the excitement was contagious. You couldn’t deny the love and appreciation in the air for this rising DJ and entertainer.
The love and appreciation was so intense, that a huge mosh pit started as soon as Getter’s first song came on. The crowd was dancing, jumping, screaming, and pushing each other around in a somewhat friendly manner. Getter played his new popular new song, and album name, What The Frick, along with a couple other new songs from his album. The majority of his set consisted of classic throwback songs. Getter also played two unreleased songs that had the crowd going absolutely insane. Getter was incredibly focused and engaged in putting on an outstanding show.
Getter’s performance at the Fox was thrilling.
Fans are obsessed with Getter’s unique and fun variation of hard dub-step and electronics. Getter is known for his distinct style in remixes, and has worked with famous artists such as Skrillex, Bogore, and The Firm. In addition, Getter has also created his own merchandise line called “Trippy Burger” in 2015.
Getter’s attitude of madness and rebellion, and music that reflects this, is the start of a social movement. His fans are passionate about who he is as an artist and human being.