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South Korea's Doildoshi is serving up an 'Invisible Threat' for More Rice Records

MR005 offers up a range of dance floor delicacies

  • Rory Kirkham
  • 17 June 2021
South Korea's Doildoshi is serving up an 'Invisible Threat' for More Rice Records

Asia-centric record label More Rice is returning at the end of July with the fifth vinyl release in their catalogue, this time delivered by Seoul's rising talent Doildoshi.

Doildoshi is no stranger to More Rice, having previously been featured on the labels 'VA - Harvest Vol. 1' with his track 'I'm not glad to see you' under his other moniker Go Dam. More Rice became fans after hearing his music via Braindance Records and have been looking forward to releasing his music via their imprint.

Bangkok based label boss Jay Sriyuksiri describes the forthcoming EP as "vintage house music with a slight Asian twist", which should fit in nicely alongside the rest of their releases and the labels dance floor ethos. The EP features four heavy hitting dance floor chops and alongside Doildoshi's diverse sounds, Luca Lozano of Klasse Recordings' rounds out the EP with a darker rendition of 'The Last Dictator'.

More Rice Records has always focussed on showcasing the wealth of talent cropping up from different scenes around Asia and 'Invisible Threat' follows in these footsteps.

Doildoshi 'Invisible Threat' will release on July 30, 2021. You can pre-listen below and pre-order here.

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