I think the best thing about the show is how much the producers being interviewed, are enjoying themselves. Most of them are up and comers who are excited to share their tips and stories. The show has a unique ability to be enjoyable for all skill levels. If you are new/interested in producing, it can help shed light on topics from how to structure a track to how the electronic industry works (and everything in-between). If you're an accomplished producer, there is little that can make time go by faster while traveling etc.. than listening to fellow producers talk shop.
RECOMMENDATION FOR NEW LISTENERS
If you've never heard the show, I recommend starting at an episode around 100 or so; simply because I think you will enjoy them more. Before long, I'm sure you'll be looking to hear the older episodes. The host has greatly improved his interviewing and transition skills in the newer episodes. This is in no way meant to be a rude comment! There is a high level of difficulty reaching out to producers that are having some success and carrying on a conversation for an hour or so with someone you don't know about a topic they are very knowledgable about. But that's what's so good about it! You can tell that the host isn't someone with a broadcast degree who's just trying to build a resume to get his foot in the door at a radio station etc (I'm assuming). He's just a guy who enjoys talking about edm production and is interested in learning about how ppl got their start. And because of that, he has the ability to help the producers relax, open up, and speak like they're talking to a friend rather than it sounding like an interview.
I commend the host for sticking with it, and hope that he continues for a long time to come.
FYI He has also started podcasts focusing on sound design, mastering and plug-ins. I just subscribed to them but haven't heard any of them yet. I will be sure to review them after I do