“I am an open-minded person and I just love good music. When I was young I listened to punk and metal until a friend played me a tape with some early rave on it. After that I began to DJ at underground raves parties around CZ. When I first started producing my own tracks I was into digital hardcore, but I got really excited when I discovered d&b producers like Ed Rush and Technical Itch. The sound they were pioneering was incredible and I became more interested in making my own take on it.”
It wasn’t long before Forbidden Society got his first break in drum & bass as one of his tracks was picked up for release by Freak Recordings owner, Dylan, who continued to champion his hard and heavy take on D&B. “After that I quit my job,” explains Forbidden Society, “The gigs started to come in and I was living full time from my music.” From here Forbidden Society’s stock continued to rise with releases following on Counterstrike Recordings, Obscene, Algorhythm and several more labels before 2010 saw him launch his own self-titled imprint.