Getter is determined to get fans onboard with his new Visceral Tour, even if that means switching it up.
The album was utterly spectacular — one of our Top 10 favorites to come out of 2018 — and the entire tour centers around that body of work. Some fans totally dig the lighter, melodic vibe, but some others who prefer his older, heavier material have been critical.
In a new social post, Getter opens up about the Visceral Tour and the feedback he’s been receiving from fans. (See more comments from fellow DJs below).
been thinking about the criticism of the visceral tour so far and have started to adjust a lot of shit in the performance
it doesn’t make sense for me to expect everyone from previous shows to be 100% down w the new stuff
ima make this super special thanks for the pointers 😊
— 𝕲𝖊𝖙𝖙𝖊𝖗 (@GetterOfficial) March 7, 2019
From the sounds of it, Getter is switching up his act to adhere to a broader audience and, moving forward, the tour will sound a little different. We’re a little torn about this, because we’d love nothing more than for Getter to stick to his guns. On the other hand, it’s understandable that he wants to please the people paying for a ticket.
Personally, I’m looking forward to seeing Getter’s Visceral set at Buku and wouldn’t want him to change a thing. Sometimes, supporting an artist means being 100% down with whatever they want to share with you in that moment.
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Fuk dat. Dont let ppl make you feel that the way. Display your art the way you want to. Its not the fans decision on what you play. You dont want those ppl coming to your shows ne ways if they gonna bitch it isnt like ur old shows
— BRIDDIM BOY🐘 (@woolimusic) March 7, 2019
The album is so beautiful dude. I can understand y it might b jarring for a lot of huge fans of your previous albums/releases, but Im def bummed they couldnt be a lil more open to what you’re doing and the amazing new stuff you’ve been creating. Its all amazing. Its all music 💙
— Said The Sky (@SaidTheSky) March 7, 2019
Hope I get to see it man
— HEROBUST (@Herobust) March 7, 2019