Just Kiddin Delivers an Exclusive Playlist To Get You Through the Weekend


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Just Kiddin is the breakout UK House duo that was responsible for the massive 2013 song “Thinking About It”. In three short years, Laurie and Lewis have produced a number hits including last year’s remix of The Weeknd’s “Tell Your Friends”. They are in the middle of a North American tour with stops coming up in San Diego, New York, Austin, San Francisco, Denver, and tonight in Los Angeles for Avalon’s weekly CONTROL party.

Just Kiddin put together a playlist of fresh tunes for us to get you through the Friday afternoon. Check it out below and be sure to catch these guys while they’re stateside!

The Writers Block – Without You
This one’s been a staple tune in our sets for a while now. It always goes off!

Keisza – Give It to the Moment (Cassian Remix)
We’ve been a big fan of Cassian’s music for years, he’s the man! This one went under our radar originally, but we were pleasantly surprised to find it recently!

Moullinex – Don’t You Feel (Crackazat Remix)
Just a straight-up smooth house track – really like the progression to it.

Mickey – It’s My Man
Originally heard the Magician play this at one of our shows with him a while back – it was love at first listen.

Mat Zo – Soul Food
This one takes us right back to our roots – disco house! Mat Zo’s killed it on this one, we’re a big fan of his work.

Andree – Feel so free
This is one of the first things we’ve heard from Andree and we’re really impressed. It’s got a real nice garage vibe about it.

The Wknd – Tell Your Friends (Just Kiddin Edit)
We had a blast making this edit and you guys have been loving it on our tour so far.

Rueben Keeney – Better Run
This song feels really special, it’s got a unique african vibe about it that really stands out in our set.

Amy Winehouse – Stronger Than Me (Mokoa X Mogul Remix)
Such a sick edit by these guys, we love those ‘oohhhs’ just on the drop!

Just Kiddin – Only For You
Blown away by the response this has had online and in clubs. Thanks to everyone for the love, it really does mean a lot.