Diarrhea Planet

Episode 197: Diarrhea Planet - Turn To Gold

Episode 197: Diarrhea Planet - Turn To Gold

Jimmy Page and Robert Plant wrote some of the mightiest rock and roll songs of all time. Recently another artist made a claim to their throne and rock supremacy. They lost. We still have questions.

Nothing says America like some furious, turn-that-shit--to-eleven rock and roll, and nobody makes that music better in 2016 than Nashville's Diarrhea Planet. On their latest LP Turn To Gold, their opening up the throttle and taken everyone along for a quite righteous ride.

My Morning Jacket guitarist Carl Broemel released All Birds Say, his exception debut solo album back in 2010. Now he's back for round two on his upcoming 4th of July, and we've got taste for you. 


JEFF The Brotherhood w/Diarrhea Planet @ Rock & Roll Hotel - 10/10/14

JEFF The Brotherhood w/Diarrhea Planet @ Rock & Roll Hotel - 10/10/14

Jeff the Brotherhood jams. Diarrhea Planet shreds. The difference may seem slight – but go see both of them live and it’ll shine through in buckets of sweat and glistening guitar tech.  

Both bands are from Nashville and are signed to Infinity Cat, a label that Jake and Jamin from Jeff the Brotherhood have run for the past 12 years now. Both bands make loud, gritty rock that incites mosh pits and beer guzzling “fuck yeahs!” from largely male fan bases. On paper, they're almost the same band, but at the 400-head capacity Rock and Roll Hotel on Friday night, the difference in energy and fan base was overwhelming. So much so that each set felt like a different concert.


Episode 44: Interview with Diarrhea Planet / Drive-By Truckers - English Ocean

Episode 44: Interview with Diarrhea Planet / Drive-By Truckers - English Ocean

In this episode Kevin sits down with the dudes of DIARRHEA PLANET to talk four guitar shredding action, pop music in an indie world, Nashville, and more gear than anyone has any business knowing about, much less can fit on a pedal board. PLUS! Kevin and Paul discuss “English Oceans”, the latest from seminal Southern rockers the Drive-By Truckers. Is it time to roll the credits, or does the band have another modern classic on its hands? Listen in to find out. 


Episode 26: The Return of the Thing


We're back! After a few months of hiatus and hijinks, we're bringing back all of the classic ChunkyGlasses Podcast EPICNESS that all 10 of our listeners couldn't live without. In this episode Robin Thicke gets sued, Thor rides and a jet ski, and Prince may still be a dick, but at least he's got a sense of humor. PLUS!!! We review new albums from Ty Segall and Diarrhea Planet!!

EPISODE 26: The Return of the Thing