The Peer Pleasure Podcast strives to bring the listener into a conversation that breaks down artists and creatives to their true and basic form. What you are left with is the real human experience. It's the brainchild of Dewey Halpaus (Portugal. The Man/Anatomy of a Ghost/The Burning Room) and features your favorite musicians, comedians, actors, and authors. Dive in.
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Episode 339 is up and live now with my good friend Vadim Taver. This dude is one of the smartest guys I know and one of the best musicians. From starting A Life Once Lost and This Day Forward, to playing guitar in Poison The Well and now releasing hi... more
Episode 338 is up and live now with the massively talented badass, Justin Forrest! From Caspian, SOM and now Memorydrip you have heard his amazing musicianship. I know you will enjoy this chat between two road dogs from back in the day to present. more
Episode 337 is up and live now with my dude, Johnny Christ of Avenged Sevenfold back for a part 3 appearance. We are celebrating his new record with the band called "Life is but a Dream" out June 2nd! Go check out this chat for details around the mak... more
Dewey is a fantastic interviewer and is great at making his guests feel comfortable which makes for more open and honest conversation. You can listen to 3 interviews on 3 different shows with the same guest and yet you always get a unique experience/conversation on Peer Pleasure. The conversations always have meat to them. Highly recommend!
If you’re looking for an interview about “what it’s like to go on tour” and “what inspired your new album”, there are a million shows that already cover that. But if you want to hear a show that goes deep and asks the big questions in life and art - and does it in a non-pretentious way - this pod is the real deal. The episodes with Geoff Rickly and Yvette Young straight up changed my life!! And that’s just the tip of the iceberg. Peer pleasure forever!!
One of the best podcasts out there. In depth interviews with some of your favorite artists and composers. I’ve been listening to Dewey for the past 3 years or longer. His interviews are not just the music it’s about the person and the conversations get deep and so much more then you could expect. The unseen corners of these conversations are just the bread and butter of what makes this podcast so special. Just hit that subscribe button and enjoy the journey!
Dewey knows how to have a conversation and let’s things flow naturally… But with INTENTION. more
Dewey pulls amazing stories out of a huge variety of creative persons! Thanks for making these, I’ll keep listening!
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