Janelle take a stationary trip in video for “No Maps”

Janelle | photo by John Bunny

To accompany their new tape release, Janelle have shared the first of three music videos. “No Maps” is a burst of indie psych rock that clocks in at just over 1:30, complete with layered filter sweeps and a heavy guitar riff. Its sprint-like nature is mirrored in the clip, which was premiered by Radio Static last week, features a tighty-whitey clad man on a stationary bike peddling in front of a green screen. Check it out below and listen to JNL here.

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Groovy Movies to take 1960s-inspired psychedelic rock to the Pharmacy on December 12th

Groovy Movies
Groovy Movies | photo via

We recently introduced you to Groovy Movies, the new solo recording project of Nick Carlisi, formerly of The Tough Shits. From the band’s name alone, you can immediately detect a certain 1960s nostalgia. This influence becomes even more apparent on the tracks from the group’s self-titled debut, which are heavily inspired by the psychedelic rock of ’60s powerhouses The Beach Boys and The Beatles. Indeed, the group even channels the Beatles with their album art, using virtually the identical font that appears on the Beatles’ 1965 album Rubber SoulContinue reading →