In Donnie Darko, Drew Barrymore’s character said that, out of all the possible phrases in the English language, “cellar door” was the most beautiful. Well, that former child star never got her hands on Grigio, the debut record by the mellifluously named Minneapolis band Lazy Scorsese. Sibilant and hilarious, the moniker appears half classical French and half Brooklyn cab-speak. It sounds like Marty at the helm of a Meet the Parents sequel or the nickname you’d give to a bespectacled janitor at the Seward Co-op. The mental conjurings are endless, but the reality is that these local space cadets have stumbled upon a perfect flag under which to sail their amorphous, far-out psych rock. Barrymore be damned.