Dieselpunks will not fall!

I need your help. Dieselpunks could be closed by Halloween, but you can keep it alive!

Since launching Dieselpunks in 2009 as a safe haven and inspiration for diesel and steampunk artists, we’ve become one of the largest and most active punk communities in the world. And now, over five years later, we’re going to be forced to close this community unless you can help.

The cost of covering our hosting and music licensing fees for 2014-2015 has exceeded what my paycheck can support. The solution is to raise the funds via Kickstarter.

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Dieselpunks

Dieselpunk + Steampunk Culture

Prof. Evad Flor & JCR Vourteque's Fusion-O-Scope

This steampunk/dieselpunk DJ rig was a soft mod of a Numark CD-Mix 2, we use this at our events frequently.

While much of the device is contemporary and simply painted or altered to get a more vintage/antique look, some of the more dramatic pieces are actual vintage and antique pieces.

The monitor horn - being the large black phonogram horn, was estimated to be from the turn of the century.

The smaller, micro-phone horn (brass colored) is actually a 1920s Ford car horn.

The transformer housing is made entirely out of a 1930s heater. The fan was removed and placed on the outside to cool the transformer. A 1940s barrel switch was used as the on/off switch.

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Diesel City
Patti Smith
VNV Nation - Ronan Harris

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Dieselpunk Industries
Radio Metronomik dieselpunk podcast
Constitutionens Voktere
19XX
Doctor Steel's Army of Toy Soliders
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