The Montreal party's first vinyl release is due out this spring.
The party started in Montreal last year as another notch in the city's strong techno scene, hosting DJs like Eric Cloutier and Ron Morelli. Promoter Jurg Haller's next move will be turn to the franchise into a label, with the first release due out at the end of April. Forbidden Planet will mostly be a vinyl-only label, with only select tracks available digitally.
Ann Arbor producer D'Marc Cantu will provide the imprint's first release. The four-track EP Some Fantasies Are Good also includes a remix from Minneapolis techno producer DVS1. Future releases will come from Florida producer Breaker 1 2 and Montreal locals Paul Trafford and Richard Wenger.
The Forbidden Planet parties continue apace as well. The next one will take place at an undisclosed location on April 27th. L.I.E.S. associate Terekke will play, with support from Haller and fellow resident Paul Trafford. The next weekend, on May 3rd, they'll team up with Morning Fever for a Forbidden Fever event featuring former Panorama Bar resident Prosumer and Murat Tepeli. Morning Fever's Patrick Morcan will play back-to-back with Haller for the opening slot. Then on May 30th, they'll host Berlin-based PAN boss Bill Kouligas for their 11th party.
A1. Some Fantasies Are Good (DVS1 Remix)
A2. Shima Tetsuo
B1. Some Fantasies Are Good
Forbidden Planet will release Some Fantasies Are Good in late April 2013.