Coming as the fourth edition, ‘EP4’ stays true to the series, committing Defected’s biggest digital releases to wax, and delivering upfront packages of house heat previously unavailable on vinyl. Opening up the A-side is garage legend and Grammy Award winner Todd Edwards with ‘You’re Sorry’, where his chopped-up vocal sampling, pitch shifts, and kick drums combine to create a track with true groove. Up next is underground gem ‘Space & Time’ (Extended Vocal Mix) from Dario D’Attis featuring Jinadu, a record that presents grooving house excellence. The B-side continues to deliver the goods, opening with Low Steppa’s Defected debut, ‘You’re My Life’, a guaranteed summer weapon for 2019. Rounding off the vinyl release is Austin Millz ‘Broke Boy’, where the Harlem born artist showcases his genre defying style, with vocals provided by Claire Ridgley, making a reflective and serene closure to this release.