Screenplay in hand, Cursive frontman Tim Kasher moved to L.A. from Omaha, Nebraska, for the same reason many others do: the movie industry. Unlike most, he kept his expectations realistic, which is easy when you lead some of the best acts in the business. Although Kasher takes breaks to dabble in The Good Life, Cursive remains his primary concern. To wit, the band just released its seventh album, I Am Gemini, which finds Kasher sharper and angrier in his revelry than past albums. It’s another addition to a long line of heady, excellent post-punk records that show Kasher has plenty to keep himself busy if the whole movie thing doesn’t pan out.