For the many that don’t know, and for the few that still care, there was once a radio show called The Hideout, that ran from 2003 to 2008 in one form or another. The show was hosted by El Jefe and J-Dubs, and featuring a cast of characters the likes of Tommy Bateman, Chunks Carolla, Matt Albert, Sidcada, and too many more to count.
The show originated in Washington, DC at the mighty 106.7 WJFK, before later moving to Orlando, FL to join Real Radio 104.1, and then appearing in stints heard across the country via XM Satellite Radio, and local markets such as Atlanta, GA, New York, NY, and then back in DC.
Starting as a late-night Saturday show, it would later graduate to weeknights, a position it would hold for most of its run, but would also be heard weekend afternoons, in an alternate form called NEXT!, and an internet-based podcast dubbed the NEXTcast.
The show inspired legions of fans, called The Heretics, who created fan boards, fought MySpace battles, generated new audio and video content, and were very interactive with the show.
So with that serving as background, some Nameless idiot who is bothering to pay for this site for no appreciable reason at all is somewhat-proud to present “The Hideout Radio Archives”, an as-complete-as-possible listing of all things The Hideout, including a show library, best-of albums, and videos.
If you’re a fan of radio, podcasts, or just funny audio of any kind, give this show a chance, because it’s 2021 and honestly radio hasn’t gotten any better, in fact it’s pretty much a dumpster fire these days.
Subscribe To The Shows:
You can import The Hideout Show Library in to iTunes or any podcast player, just copy and paste the URL below. Note that iTunes only shows a maximum of 300 episodes, but this feed contains more than 700, so choose your player accordingly.
Pocket Casts: https://pca.st/gvz380ry
Podcast Addict: https://podcastaddict.com/podcast/3238412
Download The Shows:
If you have the space for it, you can download an archive of every show that is part of the podcast feed, which is to say all the recorded episodes known to exist. Note that this is a huge ZIP file, 22.7 GB, so it will take a while to download and a bit of storage to keep. But if you’re up for it just click the link below to get downloading.
Browse And Download The Albums:
If you’d like to listen to all the shows in full then subscribe or download as shown above, but if you’d like to browse a number of “Best-Of” type albums featuring certain eras or specific bits like the Chunk’s Fatman Diary you can see and download them by clicking here.