interview with Sharky Sharky

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What are your names? / Who plays what? / How old are you?
Sharky - Vocalist
Baxter - Guitarist
Finley - Drummer
Andy - Bassist
Jawnofin - Keyboards
Have you had other previous members?
Sharky: Funny you should ask that. When we arrived on the land in our now humanoid forms we gazed upon the land in which we had only seen from the shallow waters of the coast. We noticed the hollow silence of a world with no musical imagination. A world where the youth of this generation were raised on materialistic, irrelevant music. We knew at that moment it was our destiny to create the fun, exciting and adventurous music that Sharky Sharky bring to this world today. 
However, you may have noticed the biggest thing about us is that we are humanoid Sharks who play excellent music. How do you recruit for a band with such strict parameters for members? I mean, we can't have a dolphin in 'Sharky Sharky' - especially one who hasn't been blessed with super-musical humanoid hyperpowers. Even more ridiculous than that would be some kind of...mammal. I mean, it's Sharky Sharky! We were chosen to create this band. There can only be, and there will never be any other members in this band other than ourselves.
So no. There have been no previous members.
Did you make music even when you were young? Sharky: Well. When we were young we were still regular sharks, as the Arch Wizard of Anchorberry had yet to cast a spell on us and give us humanoid brainpower and physical features. so we didn't even have the mental capacity to understand what music was, let alone play it. I mean, I know whales and dolphons can omit frequencies and soundwaves - but Sharks are not the same, we were simply just predatory fish.
What year did the band form? Baxter: Two thousand and thirteen Anno Domini
What's your style of genre? Baxter: Post Super Awesome Mega Hyper Power Metal Adventure Sharkcore.
Are you looking for a booking agency, and what are your thoughts around that? Baxter: We will play any city, as long as there is 13 kilos of fish, per shark on our rider.
Have you had to cancel a gig?
Baxter: On one occasion the evil Octopus King Olof, kidnapped us and forced us to attend the birthday party of his pet turtle Jeremy. Fortunately we managed to escape before the cutting of the cake and made it back in time for the gig. So we never missed the gig in the end.
Sharky: No, that would be unprofishional.
Baxter: Do you get it? UnproFISHional?
What do you think about people downloading music instead of buying records now a days? Baxter: As long as I have a fresh supply of fish, I'm generally happy. Although sometimes, being a shark, I do prey on smaller mammals.
How do you think the music industry have changed because of this? Baxter: Probably not to be honest.
What have been your biggest obstacles? Baxter: It was quite challenging when our nemesis, the Evil Emporer King Olof, pirated our sea vessel, the Sharky Ship. We were marooned for 73 days on a desert island with nothing but our instruments, $14 in loose change and a cheese grater.  
What advice would you give other bands or artists? Baxter: If you get marooned on a desert island, don't wait 73 days before remembering that you're sharks and you can just swim back to safety.
Do you have any new material?
Baxter: Yes, our new Christmas song 'Happy Christmas Everyone' is out now!
What are your web sites?
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