Following globally acclaimed releases via Adam Beyer's Truesoul, Monika Kruse's Terminal M or Pan-Pot's Second State, Paride Saraceni sets off for new adventures through his own imprint Post Scriptum Music.
The Garden Of Exile is a collection of Saraceni’s dance-oriented lockdown works and first release under Post Scriptum Music.
Originally inspired by Platos phylosophies and allegories centered around the notions of physical and spiritual confinement and subsequent liberation, The Garden Of Exile EP finds its inception during the 2020 lockdown as a reflection of Saraceni's most direct artistic and spiritual journey. Allegory Of The Cave, sets the mood for the EP while also acting as conceptual input for Post Scriptum.
As a whole as well as in its individual parts, The Garden Of Exile explores Saraceni's allusions to the human condition, constituted by birth, growth, emotion, aspiration, conflict, and mortality. Its shape comes together as a polished result of Saraceni’s decade-long practice of emotionally-driven mysterious club-centered sound-design, and it unfolds through four groovy, earthy and modern hybrids of peculiar inbetweens of Techno and House Music.