Dialed In - Some Obsession Required

Dialed In - Some Obsession Required

Published by: Matt Moreman & Chris Hanes
100 Episodes | First Released: May 29 '17
Label
Will Camacho
Aug 3 '18
Rating:   10
Good to listen to

This podcast is easy to listen to and doesn't cover too much complex topic. This is something great to listen to in the background and it's interesting to hear how Matt thinks as I seem similar tendacies in me.

Reviewed on Apple Podcasts
Label
8252ipod
Oct 16 '17
Rating:   2
Bad... Real bad

I listed to 5+ episodes. Rough. Best I can tell this guy has a podcast to tell everyone how highly he thinks of himself. I was expecting something on car detailing or at least decent quality interviews.

Reviewed on Apple Podcasts
Label
CYKBC
Oct 9 '17
Rating:   10
His talent is interviewing and introspection

Because he is so detailed and thorough. Get rid of all the audio fluff esp now that the air conditioning dude is no longer thank goodness no offense. Hope Matt takes this format more seriously and commits to the podcast format like a pro would. It’s more his style than YouTube videos. Good luck!

Reviewed on Apple Podcasts
Label
MrBHill
Jul 22 '17
Rating:   10
Congratulations Matt

Great job with everything you're doing Matt. In addition to all the YouTube videos I enjoy the podcast. Keep bringing in guests.

Reviewed on Apple Podcasts
Label
DavidAceves
Jul 8 '17
Rating:   10
Great Solo: Episode 3

Great job on the amount of detailed information to dialing in the Raptor. The length of the podcast and amount of knowledge provided is awesome.

Reviewed on Apple Podcasts
Label
Dbn7600
Jul 2 '17
Rating:   10
Unique viewpoints and fantastic entertainment

Matt hosts an engaging podcast where he explains more of the day to day we see on his videos and other media outlets.

Reviewed on Apple Podcasts
Label
drextown
Apr 20 '17
Rating:   10
Ira Glass would be pleased

I listen to lots of podcasts. This one is outstanding. I started watching Obsessed Garage (OG) on YouTube a few months ago and caught the detailing bug. I thought I had been cleaning my car the “correct way” for years but wasn’t; I was destroying my clear coat. Like most things, the more you learn about it, the more you realize either laziness, ego, confirmation bias, or accepting mediocrity stands in the way of developing skill or mastery in a field. Thankfully, this show goes beyond OG’s consistent brand of oddly enjoyable longform technical diatribes and the methodical application of Matt Moreman’s research in the automotive field. Depending on who you are, for better or worse this podcast isn’t really about detailing or cars. It’s a left brain and a right brain having a conversation. I often think of Bryan as captaining the right- the thoughtful, emotional, and creative beating heart, leaving Matt as the clinical, cold, calculating left. Sometimes they switch sides. These two are giving eachother PhD-level therapy sessions without the onerous guilt of paying for it or slogging it out with academic quackery. There’s a vulnerability on display that’s rather bold and unique for the medium. It’s reflected in honest discussions of family, career and the life lived in between. Bryan is typically first to drive at a deeper psychological reason for why Matt is the way he is, and Matt will parry and respond with his own psychoanalysis of Bryan. There’s moments of clarity in here that are seemingly magical for either them or the listener, much owed to the humility and willingness to experience the collapse and exposure of one’s ego in a public format. Bryan’s production is top notch. It’s one of the more addicting shows on my roster.

Reviewed on Apple Podcasts
Label
Justin Biggs
Feb 16 '17
Rating:   10
Keep Coming Back

Matt & Bryan are a great combo that I just can't get enough of. The show is both hilarious and informative at the same time. Week to week you never know what will be discussed or said, but I can guarantee that it will not disappoint. I love listening to this podcast and cannot wait for more episodes.

Reviewed on Apple Podcasts
Label
J.Medina Rochester, NH
Feb 8 '17
Rating:   10
Fantastic

Really digging these 2. I throw this on while working in the garage and it just puts me in a good mood. Matt and Bryan are like the Odd Couple. Great guys, great advice, great entertainment. Keep doing what you're doing fellas.

Reviewed on Apple Podcasts
Label
CaleCruisr
Jan 31 '17
Rating:   10
Excellent companion to Matt Moreman's YouTube channel

Google Matt Moreman if you haven't heard of him, and watch his YouTube channel. Then this podcast will make sense.

Reviewed on Apple Podcasts
0:00 / 0:00