In this new feature on Inflyte Plus, we’ll be inviting DJs and producers to select Five Tracks that share a common theme and a special significance in their lives. First up, ahead of his brand new EP ‘Run Away’, which is out today December 1st on his own PKR imprint, Phil Kieran talks about Five Tracks that inspired the making of this new release.

Suicide – Frankie Teardrop (1977)
Always loved this and not the obvious Suicide track that people would know. I love the way most Suicide tracks are major key, but always feels much darker, it’s really clever. This one is quite disturbing, but as a result atmosphere comes in its droves.

Throbbing Gristle – United 1978
Originally released in 1978 as a double-sided 7″ single with Zyklon B Zombie by Throbbing Gristle’s own label, Industrial Records.

Drexciya – Wavejumper (1994)
Something that will for ever give me flashbacks to hanging around with mates in the 90’s. None of us could find a girlfriend, so we all sat around listening to techno instead.

Monolake – Plumbicon (Sleeparchive Mix) (2006)
This record has stood the test of time, it felt edgy when it came out and still just sounds great. I think so many tracks and ideas could have come from this I can even more recently people like Mike Parker and Planetary Assault Systems. I played this in Berghain as far back as 2007.

Posatronix – Pure Techno Sounds (1995)
This is off a Various Artists EP on Direct Beat, “Xperience De Bass EP”. I used to love listening to tracks off this label and this was a favourite. Brings back so many good memories, I just love it.

Phil Kieran ‘Run Away EP’ is out now on Beatport.