Merry Christmas from Saucer!
Saucer should consider doing a Finnish/Nordic tour. Think the finns would appreciate the Saucer vibe. Halloween’s come and gone and Christmas is around the corner – we should have some news on an upcoming gig soon. Don’t be afraid we are still actively playing and rehearsing; hoping to get Aaron in to record some tracks; and put out some rough recordings to fine tune the creative process.
Keep spinning, keep floating Saucer fans.
On a bit of a nostalgic track I checked out the old Sinigrin.com site – from wayback. As always interesting to see how the band, the times and technology has changed – VRML where are you now?
Check it out at
Thanks Internet Archive!
Recorded at The Cameron House.
This video was recorded at the Smiling Buddha Bar – on Queen Street in Toronto. Please excuse the cheesy intro credits… 🙂
Sprouts contain a chemical called sinigrin which suppresses the development of pre-cancerous cells. The breakdown product of sinigrin, allyl isothiocyanate, responsible for the characteristic smell of sprouts, is the active ingredient. It works by persuading the precancerous cells to commit suicide – a natural process called apoptosis – and so powerful is the effect that we think that the occasional meal of sprouts could destroy these cells in the colon.
Like it’s chemical counterpart Sinigrin has a unique sensory experience and is good for your insides. Give our music a listen you see what you’ve been lacking.
Musical apoptosis – we kill the medium and the median.