Peter Bargh

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February 23rd, 2013

The Nightmare of Childhood

The band I’m in with David Burleson has produced a new track  – The Nightmare of Childhood

February 23rd, 2013

The Nightmare of Childhood

New track from my band Sound of Flak

“It’s all so horrible you know, the nightmare of childhood. And it only gets worse. One day you’ll wake up, and you’ll be past it. Your beautiful skin will wrinkle and shrivel up, you’ll lose your hair, your sight, your memory. Your blood will thicken, teeth turn yellow and loose. You will start to stink and fart and all your friends will be dead. You’ll succumb to arthritis, angina, senile dementia, you’ll piss yourself, shit yourself, drool at the mouth. Just pray that when this happens you’ve got someone to love you, because if you’re loved you’ll still be young.”

December 20th, 2012

SOF remix River Song by Ally Rhodes

Sound of Flak have remixed River Song by Ally Rhodes

February 18th, 2011

Photo365 – Day 49 – music night

Had a recording session with Sound of Flak this evening so I thought I’d do one of my abstract instrument shots. This is of the Roland V-Synth with the Apple Mac in the background. It’s processed using Lightroom to get the cool effect.

December 6th, 2010

Another ambition achieved

It’s always been an ambition of mine to have a mass produced CD of material I’ve recorded. Over the years (many years ago actually) I  created single copies of music on cassette. In one band I was in we even went as far as duplicating the cassette several times and creating an album which we placed for sale in Sheffield’s Record Collector  (one copy was bought) A review appeared in a local rag, so thanks for buying it.

Well at last, some 20 years later,  I’ve finally got around to creating that CD…a limited run of 100 copies with a new band – The Sound of Flak. We’re a two piece electronic outfit comprising David Burleson,  previously OxiMoron, and yours truly. The album’s called The Unbalanced and is now available.

The creation was an exciting path. And also a new experience, working out formats for files, and designing the digipack cover / cd label.

More info on our new web site:  Sound of Flak