Panthera Krause tried showjumping, but the horse did all the work. We asked him to introduce his music.
Who are you?
“Only once have I been made mute. It was when a man asked me, ‘Who are you?'” – Kahlil Gibran.
What do you sound like?
Imagine a hurricane on a sunny day.
Why should we listen to you?
I’m trying to be honest when I make music. I think that’s the best argument.
What have you released so far? What else have you got coming out in the near future?
I’ve released two EPs on a Leipzig-based label called Riotvan, one EP on Lobster Theremin and now I’m releasing a new EP on Uncanny Valley, which is called Umami, and which will be followed by an EP on Lobster Theremin and another one on Riotvan – like a circle.
What song sums you up? Why?
At the moment it’s a German song called ‘Wann strahlst du?’ (‘When will you shine?’) composed by Erobique and Jacques Palminger. It’s a hymn to life with thoughts like: “I owe to live the brightness in my eyes…“
What or who is your biggest influence and why?
Every influence changes except my friends.
Where can we hear your music?
I recommend to listen to my music on a Friday evening with your friends, some bottles of whatever you want and
with the opportunity to hit a good club within the next three hours.
Where will you be in five years’ time?
At daytime, in my studio 10,000 miles under the sea. In the evenings, surrounded by all my friends… and all over the world during the weekends.
Tell us an interesting fact about yourself.
I started showjumping when I was a kid. But to be honest, the horse did the job all the time.