The new record is inspired more by '70s German acts like Kraftwerk and Popul Vuh than Kieran's usual dance music.
Phil Kieran is putting out his next LP in November.
Life Cycling marks the Northern Irish producer's first release for Maeve, the label run by Mano Le Tough, The Drifter and Baikal. Unlike his usual house music fare, the new album is said to be inspired more by '70s synth acts like Kraftwerk and Popul Vuh, taking a slower tack compared to recent releases.
The LP follows a 2016 album on Hot Creations. In the past, Kieran has also released for Hotflush, Soma, Cocoon and his own self-titled label, with a discography that goes back almost 20 years.
Kieran is set to perform live at the Berlin-based label's upcoming ADE showcase on Saturday, October 19th, at Paradiso Noord. Label heads Mano Le Tough, Baikal and The Drifter, as well as recent art of DJing subject Tijana T, are also down to play the event.
Listen to "Too Far Gone."
02. Descending Order
03. Falling Down
04. Too Far Gone
05. Weave 1
06. Vow To Chant
08. Weave 2
10. Before Life
11. Before & After Life
12. Prayer To The Failed
13. End Of The Line
Maeve will release LIfe Cycling on November 22nd, 2019.