52 episodes

Fly On The Call is a weekly interview-based podcast hosted by Scott Fugger discussing music and lyrics, ethos, and the successes and challenges of being in a band. Brought to you by Sound Talent Media. Promoted in conjunction with The Alternative. Artwork by Mikaela Jane Palermo. Theme song by Kailynn West of Tiny Stills.

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Fly On The Call is a weekly interview-based podcast hosted by Scott Fugger discussing music and lyrics, ethos, and the successes and challenges of being in a band. Brought to you by Sound Talent Media. Promoted in conjunction with The Alternative. Artwork by Mikaela Jane Palermo. Theme song by Kailynn West of Tiny Stills.

    Episode Fifty-Two - Breakup Haircut

    Episode Fifty-Two - Breakup Haircut

    Breakup Haircut is a DIY band in the most pure sense. Formed during last year's First Timers Fest, they play a punk-tinged power pop with the main goal of creating a safe space for each member to express themselves. Their debut EP, What did you expect? I got it off the internet!, came together quickly, but the band has continued to evolve and are currently writing with their next release in mind. This conversation was a whole lot of fun, so please enjoy.

    Links:
    Breakup Haircut - Bandcamp | Twitter | Instagram | Facebook
    Fly On The Call - Twitter | Instagram | Spotify Playlist | flyonthecallpod@gmail.com
    Brought to you by Sound Talent Media - Website | Twitter | Instagram | Facebook
    Promoted in conjuction with The Alternative - Website | Twitter | Patreon | Mixcloud
    Artwork by Mikaela Jane Palermo - Website | Twitter | Instagram 
    Theme song by Kailynn West of Tiny Stills - Website | Twitter | Bandcamp

    • 48 min
    Episode Fifty-One - Sunday Morning

    Episode Fifty-One - Sunday Morning

    It may actually be Wednesday, but today on Fly On The Call it's Sunday Morning! The melodic emocore band recently released their EP, Nothing Matters, which solidifies a new direction. On this episode we discuss the band's evolution, the challenges and benefits of releasing music during a pandemic, and finding new ways to connect with fans with live shows not currently possible.

    Links:
    Sunday Morning - Badcamp | Twitter | Instagram | Facebook | Merch
    Hope For The Day - Website
    Fly On The Call - Twitter | Instagram | Spotify Playlist | flyonthecallpod@gmail.com
    Brought to you by Sound Talent Media - Website | Twitter | Instagram | Facebook
    Promoted in conjuction with The Alternative - Website | Twitter | Patreon | Mixcloud
    Artwork by Mikaela Jane Palermo - Website | Twitter | Instagram 
    Theme song by Kailynn West of Tiny Stills - Website | Twitter | Bandcamp

    • 36 min
    Episode Fifty - Oceanator

    Episode Fifty - Oceanator

    Fly On The Call hits the big 5-0! The podcast's second year of existence starts with a conversation with Elise Okusami, the mind behind Oceantor. Her debut full length, Thing I Never Said, is the perfect mix of heavy grunge and power pop, of dark themes with silver linings, to help you through 2020. We talk all about the album, her Plastic Miracles label, 90s merch bundles, and a whole lot more. Enjoy!

    Links:
    Oceanator - Badcamp | Twitter | Instagram | Facebook | Patreon
    Fly On The Call - Twitter | Instagram | Spotify Playlist | flyonthecallpod@gmail.com
    Brought to you by Sound Talent Media - Website | Twitter | Instagram | Facebook
    Promoted in conjuction with The Alternative - Website | Twitter | Patreon | Mixcloud
    Artwork by Mikaela Jane Palermo - Website | Twitter | Instagram 
    Theme song by Kailynn West of Tiny Stills - Website | Twitter | Bandcamp

    • 38 min
    Episode Forty-Nine - Will Wood

    Episode Forty-Nine - Will Wood

    Today's episode of Fly On The Call features my conversation with Will Wood. For fans of theatrical rock in the vein of Forgive Durden's Razia's Shadow, My Chemical Romance, or Panic! At The Disco, Wood's newest release, The Normal Album, is more varied and diverse than can easily be simplified. We discuss the album, his definition of "normal", dealing with life in the spotlight, mortality, and so much more.
    I am also stoked to announce that Fly On The Call is now part of the just-launched Sound Talent Media podcast network! The network has an awesome lineup featuring some really great shows so be sure to follow along on social media @STMpodcasts and check out all the exciting details at SoundTalentMedia.com.

    Links:
    Will Wood - Website | Patreon | Instagram | YouTube | Facebook | The Normal Album vinyl
    Fly On The Call - Twitter | Instagram | Spotify Playlist | flyonthecallpod@gmail.com
    Brought to you by Sound Talent Media - Website | Twitter | Instagram | Facebook
    Promoted in conjuction with The Alternative - Website | Twitter | Patreon | Mixcloud
    Artwork by Mikaela Jane Palermo - Website | Twitter | Instagram 
    Theme song by Kailynn West of Tiny Stills - Website | Twitter | Bandcamp

    • 49 min
    Episode Forty-Eight - Have a Good Season

    Episode Forty-Eight - Have a Good Season

    Have a Good Season plays downtempo alt rock in the vein of Tiger's Jaw or Turnover. They released their debut full-length, Shapes I've Never Seen, earlier this year and it is a culmination of the multiple years and projects the members have been playing together. In this episode we talk about their writing process, mindset going into the album, and a whole lot more.
    And don't forget to check the show's socials this Friday, August 28 for some BIG NEWS!

    Links:
    Have a Good Season - Bandcamp | Twitter | Instagram | Facebook
    Fly On The Call - Twitter | Instagram | Spotify Playlist | flyonthecallpod@gmail.com
    Promoted by The Alternative - Website | Twitter | Patreon | Mixcloud
    Artwork by Mikaela Jane Palermo - Website | Twitter | Instagram 
    Theme song by Kailynn West of Tiny Stills - Website | Twitter | Bandcamp

    • 35 min
    Episode Forty-Seven - Ganser

    Episode Forty-Seven - Ganser

    Ganser writes dark, moody art rock that encapsulates the internal struggle of living in the 21st century. Without meaning to their new album, Just Look At That Sky, has themes that are especially fitting for the dumpster fire that is 2020. On this episode you'll hear all about how the album came together, the collaboration that occurs in every level of Ganser, their search for the right label, and more.

    Links:
    Ganser - Website | Twitter | Instagram | Facebook | Bandcamp
    Fly On The Call - Twitter | Instagram | Spotify Playlist | flyonthecallpod@gmail.com
    Promoted by The Alternative - Website | Twitter | Patreon | Mixcloud
    Artwork by Mikaela Jane Palermo - Website | Twitter | Instagram 
    Theme song by Kailynn West of Tiny Stills - Website | Twitter | Bandcamp

    • 38 min

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