Great show. Been listening for a while. Just caught the Keith Buckley episode and loved every second. Appreciate your openness with your family’s birth struggles as well as with your son. Having 3 autistic kids myself it was great to relate and find I’m not the only one that has to go through these challenges with my kids. Thank you.
This podcast ROCKS! I initially listened to it when it first started and I saw that there was an episode with Thomas Erak. As time went on Dewey has released numerous episodes with some of my favorite musicians and episodes with musicians I previously only vaguely new of, many of which were amazing conversations which introduced me to some of the coolest music I hadn’t previously listened to. I’ve also found out about some awesome movies, books etc from these cool conversations. If you love music and especially love finding out more about your favorite musicians - this podcast is for you.
Just listened to the John Gourley interview and wow. Dewey, the beautiful opening tribute to your dad was really moving and the interview was really refreshing and moving as well. Pure gold, nice work.
Rather than a review I’m just going to say thanks for doing such an awesome podcast. Love hearing people talk more about their lives rather than the same old same old. So keep it up. Can’t wait to hear more. By the way people, listen to this show. You’ll love it.
Absolutely live the flow of conversations and how Dewey really makes an intimate connection of the guest and their work. His conversations are with artists that I grew up with and he really gets them to talk about their life’s works in such a flowing way. Great work and keep it up!
Dewey is the man. Personable and curious, which are such important qualities in an interviewer.
It’s as if Dewey himself took my record collection and just interviewed everyone in it. Seriously good stuff.
This is an awesome music podcast with great interviews that flow like natural conversations . Dewey gets interviews with musicians that you don’t get to hear anywhere else. Love it .
I believe I stumbled on this wonderful podcast as I was dorking out attempting to find old interviews for Daryl Palumbo....Dewey had me covered luckily. Fortunately for me, as I listened to a ton of Peer Pleasure’s back catalogue of shows I found myself getting lost in the stories of other new and seasoned artists I admire. Your host, Dewey, never seems to force these interviews as they very much have the feel of just one on one conversations that often you feel are just eavesdropping in on. No scripts...just stream of conscienceness and spontaneity. I’m always looking forward to new episodes now. FFO: Post-Hardcore, Hardcore, Punk, Indie-Rock, Metal, & Pop-Culture)
Dewey is a wonderful host who speeks with artists in an honest and conversational way. This isn't you're regular old interview, Dewey is hanging and chatting and getting down with these performers on their level. I have been an avid listener for about 3 years now and this pod has given me countless hours of entertainment and knowledge! Kudos, Dewey! Thanks!
I really enjoy the format of this podcast, because it feels less like the typical interview format of Q&A, and more like a natural conversation. Hope the podcast continues to grow. It's a nice treat to have during my monotonous days in a cubicle. Keep it up Dewey!
This podcast is a gem. Thoughtful, genuine, and interesting conversations. I found it because Matt Embree and Fat Mike are two of my favorite musicians and got hooked. Bravo!
I listen to a lot of podcast and there is something honest and refreshing about this one. Great job!
Hope this pod grows like a mighty fern. Keep it up. Plumbing schmuming . This would be a great full time focus if the money was there. Ads ads ads
Dewey gets the best guests, and his conversations feel very real. Always learn something new about the musicians I thought I already knew a lot about. Stand outs include the Ken Vasoli, Vinnie Caruana, Daryl Palumbo, Anthony Green, and Colin Frangicetto episodes
The Yvette interview was lovely. Thank you for bringing awareness to anorexia. It’s such a misunderstood disorder that is ruining so many lives in secrecy.
Best episode is definitely the Mike Mowery episode. It’s nice to know that there are people out there who genuinely value the people Who create, and not the money they generate.
I can not say enough about Peer Pleasure podcast. When you listen to any of Dewie's interviews it's just like listening in on a private conversation between best friends (I mean the really good ones that you lean into). I get so much value from each interview. Check it out!! You will not be disappointed.
I absolutely love this Podcast. The insights to old tours and band relationships and how the industry has changed is amazing.
I heard Dewey on the Stateside Podcast and came to check this out I’m glad I did. He’s got some great guest and an entertaining podcast!
Dewey knows what it’s like to be in a hard-working band that lives on the road. His personal insights and experience bring depth and credibility to his interviews. Unlike artist interviews with music journalists that often make artists nervous and guarded, these conversations feel much more natural because they really are peer-to-peer. Keep up the great work.
Love the podcast! Love listening to all these artists talk about themselves and their lives in depth. This podcast goes deeper than some i’ve listened to. Absolutely love it Dewey❤️❤️
My favorite podcast by far. Would rather listen to this than watch anything on TV/Netflix. Dewey has a natural gift for painting a clear picture of what artists are all about. Keep up the awesome work!
I have a select few podcasts I'm a regular listener of, and this one is at the top of my list! Dewey has a way of bringing out some amazing stories from his guests without ever making it sound like a lame q&a.
Peer Pleasure is easily my favorite podcast, music or otherwise. He manages to get amazing guests for every show and never covers the tired music “journalist” topics. Always original and enlightening things from great musicians... his conversational style and knowledge as a musician gives it a fly on the wall vibe. Couldn’t recommend this highly enough. Here’s to many more.