Fucking awesome concert with the Dinner Ladies and their amazing, sexy dancers from Liverpool, england. Also the Gay Truckers from St Etienne who dress up as homosexual traffic cops (why not?). Sylvia Hanschnechenbuhl play solo pop rock songs and she is a cool famous novelist as well as being a songwriter. And us! Louis Lingg and the Bombs the most respected french punk band worldwide. Not bad!Save
Axel Danger Uranium
Sounds Like: Green Day, Against Me!, Anti Flag, Authority Zero, Bomb the Music Industry!
Label: Crash Disques, 30HD (France), Damaged Goods (UK),Stone Age records (indonesia) Nacion Libre (Mexico), AF Music (Germany), Close Up (France), ORG (UK), Magnatune (USA), La Ferme de la Justice, PPPZine, Blocsonic (USA), afmusic
Bio: Throwing out pop molotovs and waving the black flag of anarchist punk energy since 2006. Parisian revolutionairies rocking for freedom from the capitalists pigs! Roll up! roll up! for fun filled anarchic pop punk and general acts of wanton destruction. We are the riot pop activists on a mission ...See Full Bio
We're on Lylo! That cute little book you find in Parisian record shops. http://www.lylo.fr/artiste/louis-lingg-and-the-bombs
“This is one of those songs I want to highlight a little more than usual, a song that immediately jumped out at me and one that'll no doubt end up in my end of year "best of" list. It's a bit of a strange beast, read the lyrics and you'll expect a downbeat, depressing or possibly angry sound but it's nothing like that. Despite the bleak lyrics it's one of the catchiest, most upbeat songs you'll hear. Hopefully it'll find the audience it deserves. Louis Lingg And The Bombs were featured on here a few months ago (http://justsomepunksongs.blogspot.co.uk/2015/01/louis-lingg-and-bombs-destroy.html) and although it'd normally be a bit too soon to have them back, they've kicked down the Just Some Punk Songs' front door and demanded entry. As mentioned previously, they're an anarcho-punk band from Paris who take their name from the 19th century German immigrant and anarchist Louis Lingg.”