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Dubstep Saucer – The Future is Now.

Tuesday, January 16th, 2018

Hyperspaces – Dubstep Given the ongoing developments in electronic music, and after years of stalwartly attempting to buck this trend, I think we’re just going to embrace it whole-heartedly, although admittedly we are awfully late to the party.  Unfortunately for everyone, when Gibson recently decided to attend CES, eschewing a booth at NAMM to better position themselves as an […]

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The Gear that Should Not Be: 1980 Dean ML

Sunday, November 5th, 2017

NGD: 1980 Dean ML So I’ve had some money earmarked to buy myself a guitar as a wedding gift. I figured I’d get something classy. Maybe an ES-295, or something antique. I would really love a turn-of-the-century Gibson Style-O Artist (although they are $8000 these days) and I had a pending offer out on a […]

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Spotify and other streaming media…

Thursday, September 28th, 2017

Shout out to Deener @ CFRC and his radio program the Independent. For those interested in listening to some Saucer I’d recommend checking out Dallaire on Spotify (or Google Music, or iTunes for that matter) here is a link and our Artist link  

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WHY DOESN’T THIS HAVE 80,000,000 LIKES?!?!?!

Monday, September 18th, 2017

Pretty sure this is Jay’s favorite thing on the internet.

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Where The Hell Have We Been?

Monday, September 4th, 2017

Believe it or not, we still exist. The band is on it’s 4rth incarnation, however, we continue to trek along and the line-up contains more founding members than you might think after 20-odd years making music together. A brief history of Saucer: V1 – Aaron, Alex, Jay, Jef Formed in Waterloo in 199<coughs>…we had dreams […]

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