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Reaching thirty years of age with an 'absolutely respectable background as a Producer and DJ, London-based Italian-born artist Paride Saraceni is undoubtedly one outstanding name in the underground music scene’. (Weddingcrasher Magazine - 2018).
Nicknamed ‘The Studio Wizard’ by Roger Sanchez; and ‘one to watch in the future' by Be At Tv; Saraceni’s music caught the attention of key industry players since his very first production attempts. ‘Dark and deadly, as always’ as described by Pete Tong, Saraceni has been building a name by many considered synonym of quality.
As a DJ, Paride Saraceni performed across the world at iconic venues and festivals such as Loveland (NL), Mácháč festival (CZ), Secret Garden Party (UK), Cielo New York, Womb Tokyo, Egg London, Fabrik Madrid, as well as at events such as Drumcode showcases and at Maya Jane Coles’ stages throughout the UK).
Saraceni is no stranger to the nightlife community, as his top-ten chart's placements, collaboration and remixes associate him with industry leaders such as Adam Beyer, Tale Of Us, Carl Cox, Sven Vaeth, Dubfire, Pan-Pot, Monika Kruse, Damian Lazarus, Maya Jane Coles, Hot Since 82, Joseph Capriati and Enrico Sangiuliano to name just a few.
Deeply passionate about music since the young age and professionally trained as an architect, Paride Saraceni’s approach towards his craft as a musician has been driven for over a decade by a ritualistic practice of sound-design resulting in no less than a deep understanding of technical functionality, sonic languages as well as an uncanny talent for celebrating details and contrasts while exploring the abandoned and in-between niches of modern club music aesthetics.
Considered as "a shining star from the close-knit community of Italian producers who are currently making a huge impact on the global techno realm" (Egg London - 2018). Saraceni's work has been featured by HuffPost, Mixmag, Dancing Astronaut as well as appeared on television via channels such as UK's BBC and Channel 4.