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British rockers The Darkness returned last year with their fifth album Pinewood Smile, which was released via Cooking Vinyl. The band has had a long road since their smash hit debut Permission To Land in 2003 and have plenty of up and downs. A lot of their peers have faded away over the years but they have found a way to keep doing their thing and putting on entertaining as hell live shows that have fans coming back for more repeatedly (I last caught them at Irving Plaza in 2015).

They don’t fuck around, giving fans what they want, a fair picking of all the favorites from Permission To Land such as “Love Is Only A Feeling,” “Black Shuck,” “Growing On Me,” “Stuck In A Rut,” and “Get Your Hands Off My Woman.” Lead singer and guitarist Justin Hawkins is a true frontman, engaging with the fans in every way imaginable. From asking to wear various and hats and outfits directly from fans up front, to calling out those who are too cool to jump up and down or sing along, he kept fans engaged from start to finish in an old school rock and roll frontman style that you just don’t see that often these days.
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Diarrhea Planet at Bowery Ballroom (October 6, 2016)

By Will Oliver, December 5th 2016


All photos by Andrew St. Clair

On October 6, Diarrhea Planet finished their two-night run in New York (they played Music Hall of Williamsburg on October 4) with a performance at Bowery Ballroom in support of Turn To Gold, which was released in June via Infinity Cat Recordings.

The featured support from Nashville band Western Medication, as well as local act White Rope

Andrew St. Clair was on hand to capture all three bands sets. Find his photos of each band posted below.
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On October 4, Nashville rockers Diarrhea Planet stopped in for a typically wild show at Music Hall of Williamsburg, a part of their two-night run in New York City (they’d play Bowery Ballroom on October 6) in support of their new album Turn To Gold, which was released in June via Infinity Cat Recordings.

The band ripped through a 16-song set that fell just shy of an hour. It was a joyful exploration of garage rock gold with tons of bodies and beer flying through the air (sometimes simultaneously) as they ripped through their jams as only a four-guitar band can. These guys are always a good time live, and I’m already looking forward to the next time they’re back here.

Find photos from the show posted below, along with the setlist.
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Diarrhea Planet at Brooklyn Bowl (June 9, 2016)

By Will Oliver, June 13th 2016 — with 1 comment

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All photos by Andrew St. Clair

You know when Diarrhea Planet come rolling into town, you best find a ticket. The Nashville rockers always deliver some of the craziest live shows that you’ll find anywhere (right alongside Ty, Thee Oh Sees and King Gizzard).

They just released their brand new album Turn To Gold via Infinity Cat Recordings/Dine Alone Records, and played a big time late night TV performance on Seth Myers. After taping that, they went over to Brooklyn Bowl for a night of sweat, rock and roll, and destruction.

Find some photographs from their performance at Brooklyn Bowl below via our photographer Andrew St. Clair
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Diarrhea Planet at Bowery Ballroom (April 4, 2015)

By Will Oliver, April 15th 2015

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If Diarrhea Planet are playing live, there’s no reason not go. The rowdy six-piece garage rockers from Nashville have earned every bit of their reputation as one of the wildest live shows you can find. I’ve seen them nearly a half a dozen times live now, and each time is just as fun and memorable as the last. On April 4 the group played their largest New York show to date (not counting last year’s Governors Ball performance of course) with a sold out performance at Bowery Ballroom.
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Diarrhea Planet

If you have yet to see Diarrhea Planet live, you’re doing it wrong. The six-piece Nashville, Tennessee are the definition of what a live rock and roll show should be. One too many guitarists, big guitar riffs, solos galore, and band members climbing parts of the venue that they have no business being near. Every time I see them is a good time.

They make their return to New York City tomorrow night for a sold out performance at Bowery Ballroom, along with Left & Right, and Slonk Donkerson. This is a strong triple bill that will unleash hours of guitar fury on Bowery Ballroom.

Below, check out a live performance of “Kids” from the Pickathon Music Festival, as released as a part of their split 12″ with Those Darlins. Hope to see you tomorrow night.
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All photos by Andrew St. Clair

With Death By Audio set to close its doors next month, every remaining show becomes that much more special. When you get a double bill that includes the Nashville, Tennessee tag-team of Jeff The Brotherhood and Diarrhea Planet, you know that they’re going to bring the party. Two Sundays ago the duo brought the fun to Death By Audio for a crazy show that was the first of a two night run in New York (coverage coming on night 2 soon as well).

Andrew St. Clair was there to capture all of the action for us in photos. Find his photo gallery posted below, which includes shots of openers Scully and Punani Huntah in addition to JTB + DP.
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Diarrhea Planet – Spooners

By Will Oliver, September 4th 2014

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Diarrhea Planet are one of the best rock and roll live shows you can see right now. Seriously, if you haven’t seen them live, you’re missing out. They’re loud, full of energy, and let it all hang out. See photos of their performance at Governors Ball this year right here.

This firey spirit lives on in “Spooners”, a new song that the band released as a part of the 2014 Adult Swim Singles Series. It’s a total guitar overload, with plenty of riffage and smart hooks that will melt your face. These guys just do rock music all kinds of right.

Download “Spooners” below.
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Diarrhea Planet at Governors Ball 2014

By Will Oliver, June 11th 2014 — with 2 comments


Have you seen Diarrhea Planet live yet? If not, you’re missing out on one of the best live acts currently on tour. Get over their name. These Nashville boys can flat out shred. I first caught them at Made In America last summer, and then again at Glasslands during the winter. Both times they wowed me at their ability to bring their garage rock to fruition in such a fun no holds barred sort of way.
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