The Peanut Butter and Mustard of Music


Frequently Asked Questions 

Q: What the heck is a BugfishSoup? 
 “Bugfish” is one of the nicknames of the Atlantic Menhaden. It is also one of the nicknames of Nat Pike, who makes this music. See? “Nat” sounds like a bug, and “Pike” sounds like a fish. Get it? Har har! He then releases the music as the artist “BugfishSoup”.

Q: Hey, isn’t there a musician from Australia named Nat Pike? Is that you, or are you related? 
 Nope, that Nat Pike and this one are not the same person at all. And as far as I know, we aren’t related either. Going by “BugfishSoup” will hopefully keep people from getting too confused. But it is an interesting coincidence that we are both solo music artists. His website is HERE

Q: How long have you been making music? 
 I could sing I’ve Been Working On The Railroad before I could talk, and began making up songs before a time that I can remember. I started recording songs as a kid with a couple of tape recorders, but it wasn’t until I started acquiring equipment made for music production that I wound up with anything palatable by anyone other than myself and close friends. 

Q: Are these questions really frequently asked, or are you making them up? 
 I knew you were going to ask that. I’m making them up. 

Q: What’s going on here? You’ve got songs about Happy Bananas, unrequited love, not-unrequited love, and Unix-based operating systems. It’s hard to tell when you’re kidding and when you’re not. 
 Yep, that about sums it up. 

Q: How do I contact this bugfish guy, especially if I want to give him money for something other than streaming or mp3 stores?
A: You can send an electronic mail communication to ‘bugfish’ at this domain.

Q: What weighs more: A pound of feathers or a pound of bricks? 
 It doesn’t matter, they both taste like crap.