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.