Corp Goth - Cemetery Confessions

For those of a certain vintage, we remember when discussions about corp goth exploded into the scene, the questions about how one maintains an air of youthful rebellion without selling out to a puritanical business culture, and how one might retain their identity in a culture that extrapolates morality and work ethic from appearance. A fashion and ideology was developed and debated among goths pursuing long term careers that didn’t involve making music or ghost hunting. Today though the corp goth style and the discussion that came along with it seem to have all but vanished, we’re going to be talking about why that might be, recount our own experiences in the corporate world and share advice for those getting into or already employed at large companies. 

Our guests this week are Cadaver Kelly and Jonathan!


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Entering the Work Force 7:42

Job Interviews 22:45

Retaining Identity and Fighting for Inclusivity 36:08

The Rise and Fall of Corp Goth 1:09:57

Album Review: 1:31:55
Hapax - Monde

Sinister Suggestions: 1:45:30
-This Cold Night
-Play Alone Records
-Girls Who Code
-Lingua Ignota


The Count

I have been a part of the goth subculture since I was 16. I am the owner and creator of The Requiem Podcast which has been around since early 2008 and also podcast award nominee Cemetery Confessions. I am also known as DJ Count. I am married, and a father to a beautiful baby bat named Link.