Petit Biscuit gets remixed by HWLS and more in Waterfall remix pack

Petit Biscuit gets remixed by HWLS and more in Waterfall remix pack

The young French producer's debut album was an unexpected highlight of 2017.

While 2016 was all about the significant, already established electronic names releasing long-overdue follow-ups (Justice, The Avalanches) or highly awaited debuts (Kaytranada), 2017 has been more focused on the next-gen. Young French producer Petit Biscuit was one of the more surprising highlights of these up-and-comers, with his debut album Presence giving us insight into the future of electronic music with its expansive, varied sound, enlisting names including Lido and our own Panama for guest spots. The latter, the Australian Future Classic outfit known for bright anthems such as Always and Jungle, scored a vocal feature on the album's lead single Waterfall, which has now been remixed by the likes of HWLS and Electric Mantis for an official remix package.

There's something for every electronic lover on the Waterfall remix pack, whether it's Electric Mantis with his chopped-and-screwed, innovative take on the single, or Karma Kid and Fono, Katuchat or Ferdinand Weber adding their housey touches to the single's soulful vocal line and soft melodies. LA-via-Perth producer HWLS also remixes the single in one of the pack's highlights, switching up Waterfall into a percussive slow-burner which plucks out all the beauty in the original and highlights them above the rest of the single's aching feel. Listen to the remix pack below, and be sure to revisit the severely overlooked full-length, which we named the electronic album of the week on its release, as the producer continues to bubble into 2018.

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