Video Game Music is Pretty Damn Great
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Today we talk about that stuff that goes in your ears when you play a video game. No, not the wet fingers of an annoyingly immature roommate or little brother (though, in this case I’m pretending both the immature roommate and the little brother are named Wily, so getting a “wet Willy” at least makes some kind of sense). No, we are talking about video game music!

Join us as we talk about the music we’re listening to and the game music we love. Last, but not least, join us in a video game music listening party of sorts as we listen to four tracks created by the Flyover Indies community, which can be listened to as part of the full Flyover Dailies 2021 album, available here:

The sounds we mentioned are:

The Flyover Indies songs and song-makers we mentioned are:

The mentioners of the aforementioned mentionables are:

  • Charlotte Trible (@ctrble)  - co-founder of Flyover Indies and game developer
  • Gage Bradley (@DrumGadget_433) - member of Flyover Indies, musician, and game developer
  • Nash High (@nash_high) - member of Flyover Indies, musician, and game developer
  • Caleb J Ross ( / - member of Flyover Indies and game developer

If you have any comments to make on this or any Flyover Indies Podcast episode, feel free to Tweet us @Flyoverindies or email us at We might just read your tweets or emails in a future episode.

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Intro and outro music by Nash (

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