Amazon DVD: Women in Love (with Rosamund Pike and Rachael Stirling).
Amazon Theatricals: Mira Nair's The Reluctant Fundament-
alist (with Riz Ahmed), Noah Baumbach's Frances Ha (with Greta Gerwig), Scatter My Ashes at Bergdorf's (documentary with Giorgio Armani, Marc Jacobs, etc.), Scot McGehee and David Siegel's What Maisie Knew (Julianne Moore and Steve Coogan), and The Spectacular Now (Miles Teller and Shailene Woodley).
Still playing: Admission, Disconnect, Life of Pi, Quartet, and The Sapphires.
Line Out: The Phoenix Foundation Goes Deep, Scout Niblett:
No Wigs, No Scrubs, Psych-Glam Band The Burnt Ones' "Web"
and You'll Never Walk Alone, UV Race and Life Stinks at Barboza, Sic Alps' Top-of-the-Pop-Tart Jam "Biz Bag" Is Rocking My World, King Khan Signs to Merge Records, Issues Statement Filled with Movie References, Shannon & the Clams' Newish Single "In a Dream" Is Dreamy, Black Moth Super Rainbow Live on KEXP, RocketNumberNine's Productive, Sci-Fi Post-Post-Punk Will
Make You Move, Kaleidoscopic New Washed Out Album Trailer.
Drag City quotes my Scout Niblett review in the "Gun" press release:
"Her emotions lie just below the surface, threatening to escape in full,
spilling out all over the place, incinerating everything in their vicinity.
It's as if her instrumental restraint keeps them in check." - The Stranger
Pitch Perfect PR quotes my RN9 review in the "Deadly Buzz" press release:
"This percussion extravaganza from the London duo RocketNumberNine (brothers Tom and Ben Page) gets my vote for the best song of the week. No vocals to get in the way, lots of drums to clear your head...The forward momentum makes me want to work, and I mean that as a compliment."
Video Librarian: 110%, Face 2 Face, Flirting with Danger - Power & Choice in Heterosexual Relationships, It Was Rape, Love, Hate and Everything in Between, Saving Face, Still Around, Wonder Women! - The Untold Story of American Superheroines, Paul Anka - Live in Switzerland [Blu-ray], Save the Date, OMD Live: Architecture & Morality & More, Steel Magnolias, An Affair of the Heart, A Tribute to Ron Asheton, Wine, Women & Friends.
Endnote: Frances Ha still from IFC (opens in Seattle on 5/24).