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Darkside Records Podcast
A roundtable discussion of music, vinyl records, the music industry, and whatever else; recorded monthly at the Darkside man cave.
Category: Music
Location: Poughkeepsie, NY
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January 20, 2016 02:40 PM PST

The thirteenth episode of the Darkside Records Podcast stars store staff Roberto Hull, Justin "JJ" Johnson, and John Bryan, with Executive Producer Erin Gladding. This week, the group discusses moving into our new location and our #grandreopening celebration, inter-species erotica, furries, slithers, Comanche vs Ben the horse, godzilla variations, outdated racial slurs that sound like sexual positions, Cirque Du Soleil, David Bowie, baby fight clubs, our favorite January releases, homestar runner, and thank yous to everyone who helped us move and supported us in our reopening! Recorded at the Darkside Records new location (611 Dutchess Turnpike in Poughkeepsie). Send us your questions via twitter: #darksidepodcast

December 23, 2015 09:44 AM PST

The twelfth (twelth?) episode of the Darkside Records and Gallery Podcast featuring our #dstopten2015 Top Ten of 2015 lists! Recorded 12/21/15 at the new Darkside man cave. This episode stars store staff Roberto Hull, Justin "JJ" Johnson, and John Bryan, with Executive Producer Erin Gladding. This week, the group discusses our top ten albums of 2015 lists. Also, The new store, autoerotic asphyxiation, astisan human breast milk, star wars, crying babies, and of course, our picks...

Roberto Hull:
10. Death Cab For Cutie- Kintsugi
9. The Sword- High Country
8. Father John Misty- I Love You Honeybear
7. Tribulation- Children of the Night
6. Adele- 25
5. Baroness- Purple
4. Marilyn Manson- Pale Emperor
3. Jason Isbell- Something More Than Free
2. A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night OST
1. Lord Huron- Strange Trails

John Bryan:
10. Kendrick Lamar - To Pimp a Butterfly
9. Grimes - Art Angels
8. Intronaut – The Direction of Last Things
7. Mutoid Man - Bleeder
6. Carved Up - Matador
5. High on Fire - Luminiferous
4. Between the Buried and Me - Coma Ecliptic
3. Ken Mode - Success
2. Baroness - Purple
1. Torche - Restater

Justin Johnson:
10. Coheed and Cambria - Color Before The Sun
9. Neil Young - live at blue note cafe
8. Desaparacedios - payola
7. Clutch - psychic warfare
6. Modest Mouse - strangers to ourselves
5. Punch Brothers - phosphorescent blues
4. The Sword - high country
3. The Decemberists - what a terrible what a
2. Silversun Pickups - better nature
1. Father John Misty - I love you honeybear

Honorable mentions:
Marilyn Manson - pale emperor
Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Band - so delicious
Courtney Barnett - sometimes I sit
Uncle Acid - night creeper
Baroness - purple
Mutoid Man - bleeder
Jason Isbell - something more than free
Ryan Adams 1989

November 28, 2015 01:32 PM PST

This week is another special edition podcast- recorded live in the early morning hours of Record Store Day Black Friday event, 11/27/15. Berto is on-site interviewing a few shoppers who shared #RSDBF with us. In addition, we have our first artist interview- as we spend a few minutes with singer/songwriter Bobby Long, who performed Live in the store and had an RSD First album “Ode” that came out on Black Friday.

November 21, 2015 10:33 AM PST

This week, the gang discusses Record Store Day Black Friday! plus Adele, an american tail, our new store, totally legal breast milk, secret handshakes, small business saturday, breast milk, Justin’s super powers, and even a little bit about music. Recorded at the Darkside Records new location on Nov 19, 2015. Send us your questions via twitter: #darksidepodcast

November 07, 2015 05:12 PM PST

We’re back! And we’re Moving! This week, the gang discusses our moving to a new store! Plus: David McCullough, Berto’ grandmother, selling horses on the internet, records we like, record store day black friday, horse anatomy, scat porn, star wars, and even a little bit about music. Recorded at the Darkside Man Cave Oct 25, 2015. Send us your questions via twitter: #darksidepodcast

May 10, 2015 11:03 AM PDT

This week is a special edition podcast- a pre-caffienated, rarely-coherent early morning recording from our Record Store Day event, 4/18/15. JB and Berto gave real-time updates and interviews with everyone who shared #RSD15 with us. In addition, we discuss cupcakes, what people came looking for including exclusive releases from brand new, electric wizard, metallica, twin peaks, citizen dick, built to spill, and more.

April 08, 2015 03:54 PM PDT

This week, the gang discusses the upcoming Record Store Day event happening 4/18, discussing upcoming exclusive titles and how we do RSD. We also answer twitter questions (#darksidepodcast) and talk about bible camp, vaggie tales, veggie tales, the white stripes, metallica, brand new, ambassadors, crosley turntables, the Rockettes, and more.

March 09, 2015 12:54 PM PDT

This week, the gang discusses some personal live music experiences, injuries, chips, and redheads. Plus: Pringles, snowstorms, pantana, dethklok, coheed and cambria, southern comfort, hangovers, mastodon, snocore, metallica, panhandling, redheads, fistfights, moshpits, show-related injuries, and even a little bit about music.

January 15, 2015 12:11 PM PST

This week, Erin is back and the gang discusses "music that changed our lives", this time with more crying babies. and we don't just mean Berto. Plus, lionel ritchie, babies, hotdogs with loose casings, ska, doug, 90s rap metal, limp bizkit, marilyn manson, billy joel, weezer, tabletalk pies, first albums, huey lewis and the news, mixtapes, smashing pumpkins, grunge rock, van halen, julian adler, bar mitzvahs, napster, ramones, nick cave, and linkin park.

December 22, 2014 09:21 AM PST

The fourth episode of the Darkside Records and Gallery Podcast featuring our Top Ten of 2014 lists. Recorded 12/14/14 at the Darkside Man Cave. This episode stars store staff Darrell "Nickelback Darren" Carey, Roberto Hull, Justin "JJ" Johnson, and John Bryan, with Executive Producer Erin Gladding. This week, the group discusses our top ten albums of 2014 lists. Also, the holidays, horror movie soundtracks, the importance of pronunciation, Jack White's gimmicks, Jeff Grohl, Sonic Highways, and educated horse questions.


1. Manchester Orchestra - Cope/Hope
2. Jack White - Lazaretto
3. Ryan Adams - Ryan Adams
4. First Aid Kit - Stay Gold
5. Weezer - Everything Will Be Alright In The End
6. Beck - Morning Phase
7. Foo Fighters - Sonic Highways
8. Mastodon - Once More Round The Sun
9. Electric Wizard - Time To Die
10. Black Keys - Turn Blue

Honorable Mentions: Conor Oberst - Upside Down Mountain, Hozier


1. Alex North - 2001 Original Score
2. Earth- Primitive and Deadly
3. Smashing Pumpkins- Monuments to an Elegy
4. Julio Piado- Here come the Devil
5. Ghostface Killa- 36 Seasons
6. Pixies - Indie Cindy
7. Jeff Grace - House of the Devil (soundtrack)
8. Ryan Adams - s/t
9. Beck - Morning Phase
10. John Butler Trio - Flesh and Blood

Honorable Mentions: Fu Machu- Gigantoid


1. Lazer/Wulf - The Beast of Left and Right
2. Helms Alee- Sleepwalking Sailors
3. Pallbearer - foundation of burden
4. Floor - Oblation
5. Yob – Clearing the Path to Ascend
6. Mutoid Man – Helium Head
7. Jack White - Lazaretto
8. Melvins - Hold It In
9. Damon Albarn - Everyday Robots
10. Prince - plectrum electrum

Honorable Mentions: Code Orange - I am King, Guardians of the Galaxy Soundtrack


2. The Botanist - VI: Flora
3. Devin Townsend - Z2
4. Junius- Days of the Fallen Sun
5. Arctic Sleep - The Passage of Gaia
6. Myrkur - Myrkur
7. Pyton - What’s Done Is Done
8. Los Random - Pidanoma
9. Northern Oak - Of Roots and Flesh
10. Tengger Cavalry - Ancient Call

Honorable Mentions: Prince - Art Official Age and Plectrum Electrum

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