In 2015 he released his first LP, Small World, which showcased the adventurous pop singer unafraid of employing weird sonic elements around his vocal melodies. Half-whispering soul-baring lyrics on topics ranging from romantic relationships to dorky stuff he did as a teenager. The fall of 2016 saw the release of Linck's EP, No Future. It would be easy to assume that an EP titled as such would be a completely defeatist collection of woes, worries, and shortcomings but in this case it acted as an invitation for us to explore where we’ve been, where we’re going and why we may never get there…and why that’s totally okay. Linck moved to Los Angeles in 2017 and the brief stint produced a couple of singles including, Sunset Barbie Pink, an ode to the Hollywood strip and the cliché of the actor/artist/musician seeking greener pastures in Southern California. After getting married in 2019, he released a series of singles exploring the relationship between the newly weds, including Play Wonderwall!
Linck continues to synthesize smoky R&B pop with electro manufactured airs and lyrics that further stake a claim of ownership to the universal doubts experienced by many—but rarely discussed.