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Spooky – Digital Readout/Shake That Thang (Thunder Thumbs)

Crunchy, lumbering outsider analog synth funk perfection. Created by the mysterious Spooky in 1984 in someplace called Warner Robins, GA. I need more of this kind of thing in my life.
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11 Comments

  • nasty! reminds me of futurisk.

  • Weeeird.

    Warner Robins is a very big town near Macon, known for its Air Force base and perennially dominant Little League baseball teams.

  • and the hip hop group Rehab…. :)

  • This is great!

  • “digital readout” is probably the most crucial track i’ve heard since…

    …god, i don’t know…

    Never take this down.

  • Hi there,

    brilliant track, I think we could all do with a little bit more of this in our lives..

    I cannot figure out how to dl, can you please explain, I find this type of stuff challenging, couldn’t figure out previous explanations.

    Thank You

    Shane

  • The rhythm of the synth part really captures the halting, strangely musical sounds of a struggling dot matrix printer. Fucking brilliant!

  • Is there any possibility on getting these tracks on mp3? I would be amped!

  • Good lawd I need this!!!!

  • milton fakondo

    dope track(s)digital readout’s more my style; bugged out 80’s synth funk. i love left field music,hope i come across this one…

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