PREMIERE: Skarma unveils his immersive new remix of Petit Biscuit’s Problems

On his new remix of Petit Biscuit’s Problems, Canberra-based artist Skarma adds a new world of sonic textures to an already sonically rich track.

A good remix can breathe new life into an already great song. It can reignite an old love, or it can direct you to a track you were previously unfamiliar with. Either way, we love a good remix, which is why we’re stoked to be premiering Skarma’s new remix of Petit Biscuit’s Problems.

19-year-old, Canberra-based artist Skarma (real name Sam Whitmore) has been producing immersive electronic tracks for a few years now, and in that time, he has crafted a unique sound for himself. His new remix of Problems is a perfect showcase of this.

Throughout the new remix, Whitmore glides through layer-upon-layer of electronic melodies; weaving the original track’s vocal tracks with bright, seemingly-flawless production. The remix adds a new world of sonic textures to an already sonically rich track.

The song feels like the soundtrack to a coastal, summertime drive. Simultaneously upbeat and relaxing, Skarma’s remix of Problems will infuse itself in your body and stay there for weeks.

I saw Petit Biscuit for the first time in Budapest, Hungary. Ever since I have had the constant urge to remix one of his tracks and follow on from his impressive overall aesthetic,” Whitmore says of the remix.

This is the latest in a string of great releases from Skarma, and judging by everything we’ve heard so far, I think we can safely expect plenty more quality tunes.

For now, do yourself a favour and listen to the new remix above.