Topic for sharing:
List one example of what you consider to be dieselpunk.
With your example, describe why you think it is dieselpunk.
This example can be real or conceptual, and can span any genre of art, craft, or entertainment.
For example, I believe the song A Tap Dancer's Dilemma by Diablo Swing Orchestra is dieselpunk.
It opens with a swing-beat drum solo that was used predominantly in the 1930's. From there it progresses to the hook, which is performed on heavily distorted electric cellos. Then it launches into an opening performed by a brass section, and accompanied by a jazz piano.
The lyrics are sung in a distorted "gospel barker" tone, and are accompanied by a female close harmony section (a style popularized by The Andrews Sisters during the '40s), the bridge is performed in a non-distorted, technical guitar style, normally heard in '30s jazz guitar, and the lyrics have a pseudo-gospel feeling to them (harkening back to the roots of jazz).
Together, all of these disparate styles are mixed together in a post-modern way with contemporary production techniques, and include modern instruments and playing styles.
The end result is altogether modern in it's performance, but still includes elements and themes that were popular during the Interbellum, which is why I consider it to be dieselpunk.