KOLIDESCOPES Enlist Just Kiddin For Sexy AF Remix of ‘Whenever You Call’

This next tune is one that I just can’t get enough of since it dropped.  It wasn’t too long ago that we brought you the new single, “Focus“, from duo KOLIDESCOPES, falling in love with their danceable vibes and Pop sensibilities.  While that tune still rocks heavily in my playlists, they have recently followed up with a brand new summer scorcher.

This time around, the boys of KOLIDESCOPESAustralia’s Johnny Castro and the UK’s Dan Dare have unleashed their new single, “Whenever You Call”, featuring a stellar club mix from UK electronic mainstays Just Kiddin.  First finding success with their massive international hit, “Thinking About It, Lewis and Laurie (Just Kiddin) have since gone on to play some of the worlds biggest festivals, rack up millions of streams, secured major radio support and see their tracks land in the sets of DJ’s like Duke Dumont, The Magician, Gorgon City, Martin Garrix and Tiesto.

For their latest remix, the buzzing duo maintain the key elements of, “Whenever You Call”, laid out by KOLIDESCOPES that made the original so hot and take things a bit deeper for a chill, grooving and club friendly mix that will without a doubt be rocking in sets throughout the summer.  

Percolating synths, ambient textures, pumping drums, subtle keys and deep basslines all come together beneath a dynamic arrangement to make this one hit from beginning to end.  While I may already be a fan of KOLIDESCOPES and Just Kiddin in their own rights, this new collaboration is almost more than I could ask for.  This is the type of tune that can just play on repeat and you’ll never get sick of.  Check it. 

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