Getter, real name Tanner Petulla, has announced his very own imprint: Shred Collective. Petulla’s label impeccably captures his aesthetic as an artist, which is represented in the striking imagery on the official website. Getter himself has provided Shred Collective’s inaugural track, “Inhalant Abuse,” which is slated for a March 10 release.

Though uncanny in sound, “Inhalant Abuse” plays as an experimental bass track through syncopated drums and heavy sub-bass frequencies. In the coming months, this release is poised to be a surefire staple for Getter sets and curated playlists alike.

Home to an array of creative forces, Getter’s Shred Collective will be showcasing an assortment of exclusive releases and art each month.

Stream “Inhalant Abuse” below:

H/T: This Song Is Sick

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