Saturday, June 8, 2013

press, interviews and my forsaken blog...

ok, so I've forsaken this here blog. lost track and forgotten it's importance to ME. this has become a place for me to talk to me first, and then, document and/or file memories away... I would say brag, but that's what facebook and twitter are for.

here's some links to some of the press and interviews I've received and given in the last couple of months, most have been for the new book and movie (a booovie).  more book reviews and other press can be found on and at the website we have set up for our book/movie, the suffering and celebration of life in america: http://www.usaodd.com/

Vice, weeeeee VICE interview: http://www.vice.com/read/shane-bugbee-searched-for-the-bad-side-of-america-and-didnt-find-it

Interview in pork magazine #10, read it here: http://issuu.com/seangoblinko/docs/pork10

The Harvard Crimson does a nice write up: http://www.thecrimson.com/article/2013/5/1/Bugbees-Roadtrip-To-Harvard/#

Interview on the great KBOO: https://archive.org/details/KbooAmyShane

Interview with The Gauntlet, includes audio: http://www.thegauntlet.com/article/1225/27543/The-Shane-And-Amy-Bugbee-Interview-On-Their-Year-On-The-Road#.UUji1uvWGjo

Interview with Deathmetal.org: http://www.deathmetal.org/news/interview-with-shane-and-amy-bugbee-milwaukee-metalfest-the-suffering-and-celebration-of-life-in-america/

Bizzare Magazine does a review, what an honor: http://www.usaodd.com/?p=583

Audio interview by Matt Dwyer: http://feralaudio.com/33-a-year-at-the-wheel-pt-1-with-shane-and-amy-bugbee/

Audio interview by Scott Horton: http://scotthorton.org/2012/11/20/112012-shane-and-amy-bugbee/


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over 20 years of refusing the invites of the educated, celebrity and ruling classes, preferring instead the excitement of upper low class, poverty, petty crime and violence.

It's not the wine and cheese I hate, it's the boring, void of anything lives the rich and privileged scurry thru like the walking dead on meth - most of the rich think their cultured simply by consuming - culture can't be bought, it must be lived.

I was truly meant to live on the side of a hill, growing my own tomatoes, basil and garlic in peace with my soul mate and dog.

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