Two time-traveling robots (who seemed to be lost most of the time) arrive in 1970s Chicago, and panicked by crowd descending on them, take off in their flying saucer–and find a boy and his babysitter still aboard.
Runtime: 30 minutes
The Lost Saucer - Flying Saucer Attack - Netflix
Flying Saucer Attack is an English experimental space rock band formed in Bristol in 1992 and led by songwriter David Pearce. Rachel Brook (now Rachel Coe) of Movietone was a member during the band's early incarnation; other musicians contributing to the group's recordings and life performances included Rocker (ex-the Flatmates), Matt Elliott (aka the Third Eye Foundation) and Sam Jones (of Crescent). Drawing on sources such as krautrock, folk and dream pop, the group referred to their DIY sound as “rural psychedelia” and were associated with bands of the contemporary post-rock and shoegazing scenes. FSA were able to create a small but enthusiastic fanbase, and were notable for recording most of their output at home, avoiding recording studios.
The Lost Saucer - Compilation appearances - Netflix
“Since When (One)”, “Since When (Two)”, “Since When (Three)” and “Since When (Four)” on Harmony of the Spheres (1996, Drunken Fish Records) “Grey - Afro” on More Oar: A Tribute to the Skip Spence Album (1999, Birdman Records) “XXIV Silently She's Combing” on Chamber Music: James Joyce (1907). 1-36. (2008, Fire Records )
The Lost Saucer - References - Netflix