Singapore-based label Integrity Records turns two this year. And to celebrate, label head Eddie Niguel will be releasing a two-track EP called Guardians of the Sacred Visions.

Inspired by his recent gigs at current underground hotspots The Council and Kilo Lounge, the Singaporean decided to create an EP as a tribute to the local electronic music scene players in his hometown.

The EP’s title references the driving forces behind the local scene, and both tracks—“4 The People” and “The Ritual”—pay homage to the Niguel’s love for classic Chicago and Detroit house. “4 The People” has been tried and tested by Detroit's very own DJ Bone, who unofficially premiered it during his DJ Mag showcase a few months back, generating a buzz online.

“The Ritual” with its infectious hook and Motor City spirit has found a place in the hearts of house music honchos like Prins Thomas, Jus-Ed, DJ QU, Kiko Navarro and Fabrice Lig to name a few. The track has also received a stunning remix by one of Toronto’s finest and Transmat Records hitmaker, Greg Gow.

Guardians of the Sacred Visions will be released on August 28th. Check out "4 The People" below.