Dieselpunk + Steampunk Culture
Our online jukebox plays a blend of tunes from the jazz era alongside modern dieselpunk artists.
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If you are in a dieselpunk, jazz, swing, or ragtime band and would like to be featured in the next Dieselpunks Playlist, contact email@example.com with your submission.
Click on the links below to listen to our previous playlists
I need some new music requests for the playlist. I want to swing like the dancefloor is made of lava.
What are your five favorite songs that get your feet tapping, even if you're sitting down? If you're not sure of the song title, just name the band and I'll track it down.
I'm looking for swing, neo-swing, electroswing, jump jazz, and anything that will make these hot summer nights even hotter.
I believe Master Tome should listen to the new Diablo Swing Orchestra album for the Summer playlist, as there are some tunes that match it 100%.
Well, I am related to the Van Voorhees family. So, some distant relative. I haven't tracked the family tree back then to see how distant the relation would be.
(he is under ''famous family'')
What's the relation?
Song #46, by Donald Voorhees. I'm related~ish to that guy.
I like the addition of The Ink Spots here. But either way, it's a great playlist. :)
Behold, my jukebox/weather-control device!
great playlist, and spring has finally arrived!
heh, now I know who is responsible for no spring in Moscow!)) looking forward for new Playlist, commander Wilson.
Heads up, cats and kittens. The next playlist is now in the elimination round. I'm pouring through the last 200 tunes in this season's queue in the hopes of boiling it down to the best 6 hours of music we can spin here at Dieselpunks.
I started with 500 songs based on this Spring's theme of "love & passion," and I should be done in the next week or two.
This weekend will be the deadline until our next playlist in the Summer, so if you have any submissions that fit the theme, get them to me ASAP at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I checked the archive and I didn't have a consistent playlist back then. It was a weekly mix of whatever I felt like spinning at the time.
The heavy hitters of December '09 were: Al Jolson, Al Martino, Bing Crosby, Chick Webb with Ella Fitzgerald, Duke Ellington, Ella Mae Morse, Frank Sinatra, Fred Astaire, Gene Autry, Harry James, Helen Humes, Hoagy Carmichael, and Nat King Cole.
Winter? - It was up in December 09.
This playlist is simply so awesome, thank you for you effort! Also, doesn't anyone know if the 2009 playlist can be found somewhere (just the song titles are enough)?
Caravan Palace is simply perfect. But, recently, listening to their latest album, I suddenly had a feeling that had already heard something similar, and guess what? I think that their "slower" parts have some similarities to Portishead!
I love Caravan Palace. Thank for posting this Professor.
I have just recently been turned on to this band "Caravan Palace" from France by a friend. The song is entitled "la caravane qui t'emmene". A fantastic upbeat Gypse-Swing-Jazz sound.
Ed has a great idea about jazz. Obviously the twenties was known as the Jazz Age for good reason.
Another idea is make it a Blues theme. Classic blues include modern.
For the next playlist, see what you think of the no-wave jazz band The Lounge Lizards' eponymous first album. The "Harlem Nocturne" cover is fascinating, as is the original tune "Conquest of Rar."
Also noteworthy are the electroswing outfit Der Dritte Raum, the Cherry Poppin' Daddies, and Andrew Bird's Bowl of Fire. Andrew Bird played on some of the Squirrel Nut Zippers stuff. By the way, The Wolfgang Parker interview was great, glad to see an Ohio boy representing us.
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