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Forbidden Society

Forbidden Society
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Powered by Audioscrobbler™Forbidden Society (Czech republic)
( Forbidden Society Recordings )

Jindra comes from the south of Czech Republic and he started to mingle with electronic music around the beginning of 1998. With his mate JayB, they founded the very same year a hardcore-speedcore-jungle project named DESERT STORM BREAKCORE SQUAD. After some time Jindra decided to get on his own and he begun to create his own stuff under a new monicker: NOIZE PUNISHMENT. In those days he was under the heavy influence of such names as Atari Teenage Riot. Since 2001 he could be seen playing live around Europe, for instance Berlin’s famous Fuckparade and a variety of clubs in Berlin, London or Czech Republic. His releases from this wild and rough period can be found on labels such as Dyslexic Responses, KoolPop, Hardliner Recordings and others ( the complete discography of Noize Punishment HERE : http://www.discogs.com/artist/Noize+Punishment )

After long seven years full of experiments the path has taken Jindra all the way to drum and bass. Since his youth Jindra favored grindcore, punk and metal. So with every experience gathered on his musical journey, especially in digital hardcore and breakcore punk, he merged all those elements together et voila, a new project was born – Forbidden Society. First releases did not take long and suddenly Jindra found himself releasing vinyls on such labels as Mindsaw, Nightmare, Jungle Therapy or Hardline.

In the year 2010, the name of Forbidden Society started to gain bigger proportions. For Jindra that meant [and still does] even more commitment to hard work on polishing his own unique sound and a series of releases on worldwide respected labels like Freak, PRSPCT, Obscene, Algorythm and so on ( full discography of Frobidden Society HERE : http://www.discogs.com/artist/Forbidden+Society ). Jindra gets booking all over Europe and recently was booked for a tour in Japan. His production continually changes shape and stays relevant, hence you can hear everything in it, from amen to crossbread to upfront drum and bass.

Next stage, written in the book of Jindra’s career, has been a launch of his own label – Forbidden Society Recordings. Since the launch in 2010 the releasing schedule aint limited just for his own work, more likely the opposite, it serves mainly to build his very own pool. Through his hard work attitude, Forbidden Society Recordings managed to maintain such names as Current Value, Counterstrike, Donny, Katharsys, Dub Elements, Receptor and also an uprising fellow czech producer Computerartist. Following the release of his debut album „To The Threshold“ on his own label in 2012 Jindra set off for a one week tour to Tokyo and Osaka. Forbidden Society Recordings proudest achievement to date is a release under the cat.num. FSRECS009, where aside Jindra’s collaboration with Donny named „Creator & Destroyer“ a legendary track „Burn It Down“ by the one and only Audio can be found ( full discography of Forbidden Society Recordings : http://www.discogs.com/label/Forbidden+Society+Recordings ). One of the biggest prerogatives of FSRECS label is the courage to press vinyls even in this full digital era. Thanks to the stable quality output of FSRECS releases the vinyls are selling in huge numbers.

A special indivisible part of the FSRECS is its own label night held multiple times a year in Prague’s Cross club, which received many awards for the best club of the year. Since 2012 FSRECS label night became a travelling event and so far has reached the venues of Slovakia and Japan.


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