Spooky Kamakozme is Spookey the Floet and wold like for musicians to come together over him. Formally known as Black Eddie Spooky Spook found his way into the local Raleigh music scene in 2005. He was brought down from Fishers Indiana to play bass for Holiday Avenue (2004-2006) and eventually became their front man. During the time he spent going to shows at The Brewery (R.I.P) he acquired an almost sixth sense for movement down in the pit and developed his own style of dance from his Two-Step, to his Throw-Down, to his Mosh & Roll. For him, this form of expression came with recognition and mad props but he wanted to be recognized as a Man of Deep Words, not just "that crazy dancing dude that does flips in the pit".
After some isolation and a couple of months in a group home, he began to think seriously of his poetry and lyricism and started writing spoken words. Recalling "Taxi Driver" by Gym Class Heroes he came up with the idea of writing poems with the names of the bands that had influenced him over the years. And after reading about "Levi the Poet" he decided to take his poems to the crowds of the shows where he knew at least one person would listen
Spooky Kamakozme is not afraid to pick up the mic between sets and and express his poems as Spookey the Floet. In fact he has done this many times during local and national acts in the past. Maybe you can catch him at the next show you go to? Just keep and ear out for him.