After a relentless marathon of releases over the past three months, Louis Lingg and the Bombs drop “No Joke”, the final release from their INCREDIBLE new album “>…checking system… disruption detected…”! It may be their final single, but they aren’t going out quietly. Seriously… included on this one… the original… Read more
Now that it’s been nearly a month since we dropped “>…checking system… disruption detected…”, Louis Lingg and the Bombs incredible new album, you’re probably thinking that we don’t have much more for you. Well, with that thought, you’d be wrong. Today we’ve got “Breathe Out”, the fifth single featuring the… Read more
Just when you thought you heard everything that Louis Lingg and the Bombs have been cooking up, we’ve got their 4th single for you! For the new single, “Disrupt”, from the new album “>_…checking system…disruption detected…”, you’ll find the incredible album version alongside FIVE remixes by talented artists Arnolife, OWTRIPLEBANG,… Read more
Louis Lingg and the Bombs first album for blocSonic arrives!
Today, we’re thrilled to finally bring you “>...checking system... disruption detected...”, the fantastic new album by Louis Lingg and the Bombs! An album packed with catchy hooks and massive punk tunes. LLATB have always found a way to bridge the… Read more
In exactly two weeks Louis Lingg and the Bombs release their incredible new album “>_…checking system…disruption detected…”! However, don’t fret, today you get to hear a couple more songs with their rockin’ new single “Belly Up”. Just as with the two previous singles, the cover illustration is by the incredible… Read more
Louis Lingg and the Bombs come out of Nowhereland with their second single!
Three weeks ago, fans got to hear “Freaky Deaky” the first of six incredible singles from Louis Lingg and the Bombs’ new album “>_…checking system…disruption detected…”, their first for blocSonic! Well, today they lob another fantastic musical… Read more
Louis Lingg and The Bombs (LLATB) have been down with blocSonic almost as long as it’s existed. Their first netBloc appearance goes as far back as October 2007 when we included their explosive punk ditty “Conspiracy” on “netBloc Volume 9 (Lo-Fi Adventures on Planet Rheton!)”. So, it makes perfect sense… Read more