Happy New Year Pleasure Seekers! It is great to be back with you and we have not skipped a beat here at The Peer Pleasure Podcast bringing you another fantastic installment of the show. This week to kick off the new year we welcome one of my dearest friends to the show, Adam Fisher. Adam has played in bands such as Fear Before The March Of Flames, All Human and Orbs and is an amazing musician and human being. This week we talk a lot about past stories and current events as well as some LBGTQ topics as they are dear to Adam and need to be put out for all to hear. Adam has been there for me since day one and you could not find a more humble, kind and loyal friend. I hope you all enjoy the show and stay tuned for more! Fear Before 2017………..
Good hump day Pleasure Seekers one and all! I am offering up something NEW for a limited time as we move into 2017 and want to hear from you!
Starting with the 2017 New Years episode I am offering slots on each episode for bands that want exposure to have their song played on my podcast The Peer Pleasure Podcast. This is a HUGE opportunity for up and coming bands to be heard by my listeners and those fans of the guests I interview on the show as the episodes play out on their social media as well. I want to see how this goes and make it a weekly installment to the episodes as a whole because who doesn’t love to hear new music, right?
We have a strong listener base worldwide and are downloaded in over 40 countries. Weekly exposure is available and with our partnership with Jabberjaw Media, our reach is even greater. If you are interested in signing up for this opportunity, see below. Otherwise if you know any bands or musicians that would like this opportunity, pass it on!
Have YOUR song played on an episode of Peer Pleasure
$100 Per song/Per Episode of Peer Pleasure
Who can’t come up with $100 to get exposure for your music to artists and listeners around the world? I promise you it is the best investment you will make for the price. Email me at email@example.com to submit your song and for details.
Do it today!!!!
Merry Christmas Pleasure Seekers!!!! Here for you this week we have a very special episode that I have saved for you to open on Christmas during your commute, travel home etc as it is a long one but worth every second. My good friend of many years Matt Hopper joins the show in the very first recorded interview I did for the Podcast and it is time for the world as we know it to hear it. Matt is a great musician and has toured the world for nearly as long as some of you have been alive. His music has been on Television and Radio and covered by top charting bands. Tune in and enjoy the ride!
So I have received many requests for my top 16 of 2016 list and so here it is! New Episode of Peer Pleasure coming out tonight in a few hours as well. Have a happy new year everyone!
Thrice – To be Everywhere is to be Nowhere
Slothrust – Everyone Else
Animals as Leaders – The Madness of Many
Sims – More than Ever
Dinosaur Jr. – Give a Glimpse of what yer Not
Helms Alee – Stillicide
Descendents – Hypercaffium Spazzinate
If These Trees Could Talk – The Bones of a Dying World
Deftones – Gore
Blink 182 – California
All Human – Teenagers, You don’t have to Die!
NOFX – First Ditch Effort
Helmet – Dead to the World
MONO – Requiem for Hell
Polyphia – Renaissance
Rittz – Top of the Line
Pleasure Seekers rejoice once again as you just chilled…till the next episode…which is finally upon us! The great, wonderful one-of-a-kind voice-slayer Stephanie Plate is with me this evening to talk about all things Thera. Thera is an amazing band from Alaska, my homeland as you all know, and is ripping it up working with huge producers and making even bigger songs that will stick with you for days. I was so glad Stephanie could take the time to chat and get to know each other a bit. This one was lots of fun and I hope you all enjoy it!
Good Evening again Pleasure Seekers and welcome home to another evening of sonic delight on the Peer Pleasure Podcast. Tonight we welcome Brock Lindow from 36 Crazyfists, the one and only Alaskan master. Brock is a huge influence on me as a musician trying to break out of the frozen north and a huge reason we moved to Portland to tour and take our music on the road. I had a blast talking to Brock about the new record 36 is recording as well as life up north now. Listen in and tune up! See you next week y’all!
Happy Sunday Pleasure Seekers! Tonight I have a special treat for you all. John Gourley from Portugal. The Man is on the show with their new single, “Noise Pollution” as well as some great insight into the writing and creative process behind the new record coming out. We also chat a lot about old stories from the road and the recent hood to coast run John did with Kevin Hart and Theo Rossi. I really think you will enjoy this episode and if you do, be sure to tell a friend about the show and don’t forget to subscribe on iTunes! See you all next week!
Good evening Pleasure Seekers once again. This week we have the multi-talented axeman from Circa Survive, Colin Frangicetto. Colin is an amazing musician, artist and friend. We met back in 2003 on the first Radio Takeover Tour that Anatomy of a Ghost did and also the first east coast tour for us as well. Colin was drumming for This Day Forward at the time. Come enjoy the conversation as we talk about all things going on with Colin as he headed to Pennsylvania to start writing and recording the next Circa Survive record. Check out his artwork at colinfrangicetto.com and be amazed.
Photo Credit Hayley Rippy
Good evening Pleasure Seekers. Another week has come and gone and we have another great episode in store for you tonight. The one and only Dia Frampton has come on the show to talk about her time on NBC’s The Voice, Tour, Working a day job, Blake Shelton, Writing with young and aspiring artists and Netflix recommendations. You don’t want to miss this episode. Dia is just fantastic and great to talk to and catch up. I think there is something for everyone in this weeks episode. Check it out and I will see you all next week.
Here is the link to read Dia’s blog post about the state of music and where she stands on the subject. We talk about this a bit in the episode if you want to read it before listening. It’s really a good read.