Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Things To Do In San Diego: Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Tuesday, September 30, 2008:
  • Pattern Is Movement, The Cave Singers, Swim Party @ Casbah
  • Big Sky Art Collective Show! feat. Charles Musket, Illuminauts, The Old Paliminos @ Beauty Bar
  • Connect Tuesdays @ The Ken Club
  • SolTerRa Presents @ O'Connell's
  • Santana @ Cricket Wireless Amphitheatre
  • Dayglo Abortions,The Accused, Basura,Titanarum,The Resentments, NuclearTomorrow @ Radio Room
  • FM 94/9 Big Sonic Chill Night @ Air Conditioned Lounge
  • Mechanical Bull Riding @ U-31
  • Comedy Night @ Lestat's
  • Johnny Winter, Bill Magee Blues Band @ Belly Up
  • The Lambsblood, Live Zion, DJ Carlos Culture@ Winston's
  • Take Six @ Anthology (Early Show, 7:30 pm)
  • 52nd Street - Tribute to Billy Joel @ Humphrey's Backstage Lounge

Free Movie Tonight: Nick & Norah's Infinite Playlist

I'm sure you've seen all the commercials about Nick & Norah's Infinite Playlist, starring Michael Sera of Superbad and Arrested Development and what better than a movie with a couple kids on the hunt for a secret show in New York City?

The soundtrack is phenomenal and the movie is screening for FREE tonight at the AMC in La Jolla. E-mail me and I will send you the .pdf ticket for you and a guest to catch the flick. (You'll need a printer for the ticket) As always with screenings, seating is limited and on a first come first served basis. sddialedin AT gmail DOT com.




In Stores And Online September 23rd

1. Chris Bell – “Speed Of Sound”
2. Devendra Banhart – “Lover”
3. Bishop Allen – “Middle Management”
4. Vampire Weekend - Ottoman”
5. The Dead 60s – “Riot Radio”
6. Takka Takka – “Fever”
7. The Submarines – “Xavia”
8. We Are Scientists – “After Hours”
9. Band Of Horses – “Our Swords”
10. Army Navy – “Silvery Sleds”
11. Richard Hawley – “Baby You're My Light”
12. Shout Out Louds – “Very Loud”
13. Paul Tiernan – “How To Say Goodbye”
14. The Real Tuesday Weld – “Last Words”
15. Mark Mothersbaugh – “Nick & Norah’s Theme”

Monday, September 29, 2008

Not Feeling It

I'm sitting at the Casbah, selling merch for Filter and I brought my laptop so I could catch up on some posts and maybe get around to doing this week's listings, but I'm just not feeling it. I had a great weekend and took a vacation from real life, from my day job, and from blogging, but I have to get back into all of it tomorrow, so I'm gonna chill and enjoy the night. Maybe I'll read some e-mail but no telling when I'll catch up on the month, because it feels like it's been a while since I've posted anything. Thanks to everyone who hung out this weekend and made my birthday a really special one.

Pattern Is Movement, Swim Party, The Cave Singers @ Casbah 9/30/08


Friday, September 26, 2008

Things To Do In San Diego: September 26-28, 2008

Friday, September 26, 2008:

  • The Black Heart Procession, John Meeks, Little White Teeth, Nothingful in the Atari Lounge @ Casbah
  • Vision of A Dying World, Tobyn Clark and the Tender Fairies @ Whistle Stop
  • Los Sweepers (Ex-Corsairs), Roxy Jones, Chongo Rey and his Reymen, Diana Death @ The Ruby Room (Ex- San Diego Sports Club)
  • Gregory Page, Oculus Sinister @ Lestat's
  • The Jury, The Howls @ The Ken Club
  • Seal @ Humphrey's Concerts By The Bay
  • Club Pop Noir @ Static Lounge
  • Electric Feel, True Pseudo, DJ Andrew Decade @ Beauty Bar
  • Revival & Guests @ O'Connell's
  • Eve Selis Band @ Anthology (Early Show, 7:30 pm)
  • Late Night Live: Dynamite Walls, The Fascination, A Midday Atlantic (CD Release) @ Anthology (Late Show, 10 pm)
  • The Urinals @ Bar Pink (Elephant)
  • Sycuan Presents Joe Rogan @ House of Blues
  • Smokin’ Joe Kubek Band Featuring Bnois King @ House of Blues Delta Room
  • Feel The Noise with DJ’s Gabe Vega, Saul Q @ U-31
  • 40 oz to Freedom, High Tide, Stone Senses @ Belly Up
  • Split Finger, Building a Better Spaceship, Young Goodman @ 710 Beach Club
  • Sean Healey & Never Say Die present: REHAB, Avitia, Progress @ Brick By Brick
  • Modessa, Etched In Red, Damcyan, Ruines Ov Abaddon, Sentinel, LegathiA @ soma
  • The International Farmers @ Winston's
  • Paul Baribeau, Good Luck @ Che Cafe
  • Sprung Monkey, Mower, October Burning & Canobliss @ Canes
  • Rising Star @ Humphrey's Backstage Lounge
  • Paul Seaforth, Bill Kilpatrick guitars, Rob Whitlock keyboards, Reggie McBride bass, & Toby Ahrens drums @Dizzy's (San Diego Wine & Culinary Center)
Saturday, September 27, 2008:
  • Adams Avenue Street Fair
  • The Long and Short Of It, National Sunday Law, Memory (Ex- Die Princess Die) @ Radio Room
  • TSOL, The Hollowpoints, Authentic Sellout, The Whiskey Dicks @ Casbah
  • Gamma Gamma (Ex-Airport 81), Royal Campaign, The Fay Wrays, Silverleaf @ The Ruby Room (ex-San Diego Sports Club)
  • Danger Danger feat. DJ Mr. Biggs, Jamuel Saxon, QQC, The Sweet Kill @ Beauty Bar
  • Irwin's Conspiracy @ Epicentre
  • The Widows, Braaiins!, The New Legion @ The Ken Club
  • U.S. Drag, Dave The Butcher, Uncle Junkie @ O'Connell's
  • Bands For Boobs Benefit: Astra Kelly, Veronica May & The To Do List, Compass Rose, Steph Johnson @ O'Connell's
  • The Power Chords, The Sess @ Bar Pink (Elephant)
  • Rafter, Doctor Bird, The Anasazis, The Cosby Kids @ Che Cafe
  • Music Builds Tour featuring Third Day and Switchfoot @ Cricket Wireless Amphitheatre
  • Casbah presents MSTRKRFT with Steve Aoki @ House of Blues
  • Booty Bassment @ Whistle Stop
  • Glory Bound Productions feat Junior The Disco Punk @ U-31
  • Adams Ave Street Fair Rob Deez, Turtle Project, Kev, Josh Damigo, Molly Jenson, Gregory Page, Murrugun the Mystic, Chuck Cannon, The Travis Larson Band @ Lestat's
  • Common Sense, LA 5 @ Belly Up
  • Audible Mainframe, The Big Provider, Dante's Boneyard @ 710 Beach Club
  • Hell on Heels Burlesque Revue @ Brick By Brick
  • Two Word Name, Chasing Claymores (CD Release ), Flux Theory, Family Wagon, Goodmorning Milo, Calabria @ soma
  • Banyan @ Winston's
  • J Boog and Friends @ 4th & B
  • Livingston Taylor @ Anthology (Early Show, 7:30 pm, Late Show, 9:30 pm)
  • Rockola @ Humphrey's Backstage Lounge
  • AUREA feat. Geoffrey Keezer, Hugo Alcazar, Sofia Rei Koutsovitis @ Dizzy's (San Diego Wine & Culinary Center)
Sunday, September 28, 2008 (Happy Birthday to Me! and Joel P. West!):

  • Adams Avenue Street Fair
  • RaRaRiot, Walter Meego, The Morning Benders @ Casbah
  • Adams Ave Street Fair feat Robin Henkel, The Flimz, Jordan Reimer, Lisa Sander, Kenny Eng, Anna Troy @ Lestat's
  • Flogging Molly @ Viejas
  • The Tighten-Ups @ Bar Pink (Elephant)
  • Astra Kelly, Endoxi, Deaf Zero @ Radio Room
  • Fantastic Magic, Dear Nora, Palms @ Che Cafe
  • Tribe Of Kings/Reggae Vibes @ U-31
  • Another Zeke Productions Presents...Four Kings & Friends @ O'Connell's
  • Greg Brown, Bo Ramsey @ Belly Up
  • Etta James and the Roots Band @ Humphrey's Concerts By The Bay
  • Sycuan Presents FEAR, Agent Orange, Dr. Know @ House of Blues
  • Earl Thomas @ Winston's (5-8p)
  • Jose Sinatra's OB-o-ke @ Winston's
  • Talib Kweli, David Banner & Little Brother @ Canes
  • Maraca & The New Collective @ Anthology (Early Show, 7:30 pm)
  • Jesse Davis @ Humphrey's Backstage Lounge (Early show, 10a-2p)
  • Ruby's Jazz Band @ Humphrey's Backstage Lounge (Late show, 8 pm)

Thursday, September 25, 2008

Things To Do In San Diego: Thursday, September 25, 2008

Thursday September 25, 2008:

  • Federico Aubele, Natalia Clavier, Joel P. West @ Casbah
  • My Morning Jacket @ Open Air Theatre, SDSU
  • The Ex-Friends, Like a Bird, Paddle Boat @ Beauty Bar
  • Sights And Sounds @ World Beat Center
  • BYB presents September Mayhem - Sticky Situation, The Hellbound Band & Nuklhedz @ Belly Up
  • Harry Merry, Thee Headliners (ex-Juanitas) We Are Good Friends @ The Ruby Room (San Diego Sports Club)
  • Musical Pursuit Trivia @ Whistle Stop
  • The Bayonics, Four Kings, The Franchize @ 710 Beach Club
  • Close Talker, The Dapper Dans, Derry and the Monkfish @ The Ken Club
  • Boombox Thursdays feat DJ Edgartronic @ Air Conditioned Lounge
  • Barrington Levy @ Wavehouse
  • Noches Rockeros feat. Los Ingratos @ Brick By Brick
  • Karaoke @ O'Connell's
  • Rubber Rose Presents... @ Radio Room
  • SD Rocks! feat. Republic of Letters, Wcho Revolution, Runway, Someday Assassin @ House of Blues
  • Bus Stop, DJ Artistic @ U-31
  • Camille Bloom, Nicole Torres @ Lestat's
  • Paula Poundstone @ US Grant Hotel
  • Anthony Smith's Trunk Full of Funk @ Winston's
  • Average White Band @ Anthology (Early Show, 7:30 pm, Late Show, 9:30 pm)
  • Art of Sax: Will Donato @ Humphrey's Backstage Lounge
  • Kenny G @ Humphrey's Concerts By The Bay

Wednesday, September 24, 2008

San Diego Rocks!

I haven't had the chance to get to the full week's listings. I don't know if I will. But I wanted to mention that on Thursday night, there's an all local music showcase at the House of Blues featuring Republic of Letters, Echo Revolution, Runway, and Someday Assassin.

I have three pairs of tickets up for grabs to anybody who wants them. Email your name, phone number and the subject line SD Rocks to sddialedin AT gmail DOT com.

Things To Do In San Diego: Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Wednesday, September 24, 2008:
  • Okkervil River, Sea Wolf, Zykos @ Belly Up
  • Entrance, Little Joy, Megapuss (Fabrizio of the Strokes) @ Casbah
  • The Raconteurs, The Kills @ Open Air Theatre, SDSU
  • Commune Wednesday feat Art, Music, Fashion @ Whistle Stop
  • Circa Now, Jupiter Sound Clash, UBUV @ U-31
  • Sycuan Presents Maldita Vecindad, Quinto Sol, Cabeza de Gallo @ House of Blues
  • DJ Andrew Decade @ Beauty Bar
  • Manwhore Wednesday @ The Ken Club
  • TBA @ O'Connell's
  • Tussle @ Bar Pink (Elephant)
  • Wasted Wednesdays hosted by DJ Heather Hardcore @ Radio Room
  • Distortion Tim, Edgar, Ryan @ The Ruby Room (San Diego Sports Club)
  • Pacific The Band, Dave Lowensohn @ Lestat's
  • Carolina Fever, Dave Perskie, Moontucky Rising @ 710 Beach Club
  • Sektacore, La Banda, Skalavera, Xolmani, Mariarusa @ Brick By Brick
  • Throatcloser, Screamin Yeehaws, Carbite @ Winston's
  • Maddox Revolution @ Bitter End Backstage
  • Never Say Die Presents - Come on Get Happy, Brendan B, She's My Cassette, Tabernacle & Day Light West @ Canes
  • Average White Band @ Anthology (Early Show, 7:30 pm)
  • Michele Lundeen @ Humphrey's Backstage Lounge
  • Chirgilchin @Dizzy's (San Diego Wine & Culinary Center)

Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Things To Do In San Diego: September 23, 2008

Still didn't get around to posting this week's listings. No excuses, and no apologies. Got a life to live.

Tuesday, September 23, 2008:
  • Silver Jews, James Jackson Toth @ Casbah
  • Railroad Earth, Sara Petite @ Belly Up
  • Brazilian Girls, The Submarines @ House of Blues
  • Sex Mannequin, The Verso, Audrye Sessions, DJ Heather Hardcore @ Beauty Bar
  • Tuesday Connect feat The Desert Diamonds on the turntables @ The Ken Club
  • too cool for karaoke, More Morrissey Than Thou @ The Ruby Room (former San Diego Sports Club)
  • "Totes Tuesdays" Djs Sid and Buddha @ Radio Room
  • FM 94/9 Big Sonic Chill Night @ Air Conditioned Lounge
  • Mechanical Bull Riding @ U-31
  • Comedy Night @ Lestat's
  • Game Night @ 710 Beach Club
  • Live Dub with Dubby Conquerors, Space Echo @ Winston's
  • Jesse Davis @ Humphrey's Backstage Lounge

Street Scene 2008: Photos From Day 2

My day two of Street Scene started with me waiting at the bus stop until I realized Jake wasn't really mad at me and he was gonna pick me up after getting Dagart. So after 10 minutes at the bus stop, I waited for them at the Ken Club and had a bloody mary. Todd makes them so tasty. Eventually Dag and Jake showed up, but we picked up Sean and he took forever so I missed The Whigs. Oh well. Shockingly, that bloody mary turned out to be the only drink I had the entire day. One sponsor of Street Scene was "UpShot" which is a pomegranate energy shot. I drank one with major naivete, like, hey, I like pomegranate! The shit tasted terrible and seriously fucked me up for the entire night. It made me nauseous, shaky, and I felt like shit all night. But, a blogger's gotta do what a blogger's gotta do, so I endured and took some pics of the day. The bands were great, and when Natalie sent me a text that said "The National will make you feel better" she was almost right. All my pics after the jump.

By the time we arrived and I got my photo pass, I'd already missed The Whigs, but made it in time for some photos of Spiritualized. Man, were they amazing. Their sound was beautiful and made me wanna group hug everyone. And I don't believe in God, but they made me feel like I did.


From Spiritualized, I was on to Dengue Fever who have an incredible back story which you can read pretty much everywhere on the web, so I'll spare you. But the Cambodian influence is strong in the music and the band appeared to be having a great time on stage, which always wins me over. I thought they were great, but I could easily see how they are a love them or hate them band with a sound so different to your average American.

Dengue Fever

I am pretty sure I have seen every Cold War Kids appearance in San Diego, aside from perhaps private radio station shows. Saw them open for Two Gallants, saw them play the sidestage at the House of Blues, have seen every Casbah show, sold merch for them at the Belly Up, and have seen their giant stage shows at Indy Jam and now Street Scene. The band had a really unfortunate stage set with monitors lined up all the way across the stage, so my pictures really sucked, but I held my photo spot because I knew Nathan would hit the keys, so here were the best I could get.

Cold War Kids

I'm surprised to see so much shit talking about Tokyo Police Club. They're fast, fun, and super young, and after seeing them 3 or 4 times, I still like them.

Tokyo Police Club

I've seen The Hives before but never had the opportunity to take pics of them and I can say they are hilarious and enthusiastic and I love their false bravado and false egos. They embrace the "We Are Rock Stars" mantra and play it up throughout their entire performance. It was awesome taking pics of them because all the big deal photogs with their monster zooms couldn't adjust to the band standing directly above us. Suckas!

The Hives

I was so excited to see Ghostland Observatory again, so I got to their stage half an hour early, just to make sure I got to the pit and so as not to be bullied by the one dude from Getty Images who seemed to think he was more important than everyone else with his ridiculous lens and his girlfriend in tow. I held my spot, but of course forgot the crazy fog machine, which pretty much made my picture taking completely worthless.

Ghostland Observatory

I think it was on the way to The Hives that I took that goddamn energy shot and it was during Ghostland Observatory that the goddamn shot made me want to vomit. Not that I was gonna go join into one of the many dance circles that had formed, but I was pissed, and I left Street Scene and hit a taco shop a couple blocks down. My food was terrible but it was food and I thought it might make me feel better or settle the crazy caffeine jitters I had. And there was a customers only bathroom, but I'm sad to say there was some disgusting man who used it before me and the smell was so horrific that I waited until I was back at the Street Scene port-a-potties. Seriously. Good job on that one, Hagey! Anyway, when I got back, I listened to X as I sat near the tree planters in the parking lot just hoping I'd feel better. Eventually I made my way to the stage where The National was going to play, but they said photographers weren't allowed in just yet, so I chilled out. I actually laid down with my purse as a pillow as I felt like a freakin tweaker. Natalie and Pete joined me, and as we chilled near the photo pit entrance, Matt, the singer of The National came out from backstage to say hi to friends. I popped to my feet, and as he returned backstage, I asked if we could take pics with him, and he was so kind and obliged, though unfortunately my amazing photographer friend Natalie took the worse pic ever of us, so I'm not even posting it. Still, it was nice that he introduced himself and chatted for a sec right before his show.

As for their show, I am ever amazed by The National. And apparently most of my friends don't get it. Which is fine. I could give a shit. Because seriously, there are maybe 4 bands or musicians that I consider my 'go to' bands that I listen to when I'm loving life, when I'm depressed, when I can't sleep, and when I want to party: Rocky Votolato, Ryan Adams, Okkervil River, and The National. I loved their set and I always love seeing them. (like the last time when I snuck onstage) Matt was having some serious trouble ("Something in my throat broke") and they cut the set about 10 minutes short, but I still loved every second of their performance. The security lost count and allowed photographers for 4 songs, and when I tried to tell them it had already been three, they argues it was 2, so I went back in and took more pics.

The National

After The National, I realized I'd used up my entire memory card on my camera, so I wandered trying to find Jake and Dagart. Honestly, while The National made me feel slightly better, that stupid energy drink still had me feeling like shit so I was ready to go. We hung out for a while listening to Devo from afar and then catching one song from Man Man before we finally called it a night and put the seal on another Street Scene. Despite the energy drink crap, I had a great weekend. Honestly, I don't care where Street Scene is held. If you're a lover of music, there is always something to love.

Monday, September 22, 2008

Things To Do In San Diego: September 22, 2008

Feel free to leave more 'things to do' for tonight and this week in the comments. It's going to be pretty hectic for me this week with a bunch of great shows right into Adams Avenue Street Fair and my birthday, but I'll do my best to keep the flow of things around here.

Monday, September 22, 2008:
  • Anti-Monday League feat. The Luxury (Boston), Apes of Wrath @ Casbah
  • Cold War Kids @ Casbah (Late show, doors at 11pm. $10 includes new CD, $8 without. No pre-sale tickets; first come first served.)
  • Beauty Bordello feat. Tori Roze, Roxy Blue@ Beauty Bar
  • Blues Jam Hosted By Mystery Train @ O'Connell's
  • 91X New Music Mondays @ Air Conditioned Lounge
  • Lila Downs @ House of Blues
  • Punk Rock Nite: Local Musicians Spin Classic 80s Punk. Scheduled DJs: Bob Beyerle, Jfre Robot Coad, Ryan Albertson, Chris Kohler, Matt Scarborough @ Whistle Stop
  • Lady Dottie & The Diamonds @ U-31
  • Open Mic @ Lestat's
  • Anthony B, Rootz Underground, DJ Carlos Culture @ Belly Up
  • Monday Night Football @ 710 Beach Club
  • Electric Waste Band @ Winston's
  • Bill Magee @ Humphrey's Backstage Lounge

Street Scene 2008 Photos: Day 1

So I loved Street Scene this year. Yes, there were the positives...back downtown has that urban feel people in San Diego long for...and the minuses...like I drank a goddamn energy drink that made me feel like shit for the entirety of Saturday, but I endured. Not one band's set disappointed, the sound was great on every stage (and during The National I didn't experience the bleed people spoke of because I hung on the left side of the stage) and the ins and outs plus a photo pass plus hanging with friends who were OK to let me run off on my own but still hang out when it was time to call it a night made it an amazing weekend. I will attempt to write a little about everything I saw and experienced, but mostly, since I uploaded, I wanna post the pics, so after the jump, you can see my version of Street Scene 2008.

On Friday I was rearing to go but my friends took a little bit longer to motivate, so I did my thing at my place, then hopped on the bus to Petro and Kris' house while we waited for others to meet up. We had some beers, then some shots at Rosie O'Grady's before finally catching the bus downtown. It's a long ride, but it was fun being with a group of friends.

The busride to downtown

I was told my photo pass fell through, but while I was waiting to hand off tickets to a friend who was coming from LA, I thought I might as well try and see if the list went through, and sure enough, while not granted a full media pass, I was handed a photo pass. The lines at that point were chaos, but there was a media line and I cruised right in. MGMT were about to start, and that stage was crowded, but some way, some how, I squished my body through hoardes of people to make it up to the photo pit in time for their set. The band looked happy and healthy which was great, since the last time I saw them they looked a bit shellshocked and worn down.


After the first three songs, as photographers were kicked out of the pit, I wanted nothing to do with the Zarabunda Stage, and wormed my way right back out, listening to a few songs from the very back of the stage area. I think of all the bands on the weekend, they were most inappropriately placed as far as stage and time go because they were incredibly popular.

I wandered to The Casbah stage and caught Foals within the 3 song allotment. This band is so incredible and I feel like they'll endure while other flash in the pan bands come and go. They're so entertaining and energetic on stage.


After Foals, I wandered to a beer garden to wait for TVOTR, but the lines were insane. It was about 7 and we had about 45 minutes, and I convinced Jake and Dagart to leave with me. We hopped on a cab and had drinks at Chee Chee, and made it back in time for TV On The Radio. I took pics of them at shows prior, despite them making kind of a big deal about no photos, which always makes me nervous that there will be a big Band of Horses or QOTSA outburst from the band, but with that in mind, I was among probably 40 photographers in the pit, and Kip made eye contact with me as they played and gave me a head nod and a smile, shirking my fear of bearded guys that hate photographs. Their set was incredible and they definitely delivered, though I could say that about pretty much every band I saw throughout the weekend.

TV On The Radio

After TVOTR, I made my way to Spoon's stage and posted up in a spot. There were so many photographers that I decided to only shoot 2 songs per band then move along so I wouldn't get bullied for using a point and shoot cybershot amongst all the crazy media peeps with gigantic lenses. I've seen Spoon so many times now but it never gets old. Britt blows me away. And with a full horn section, their set really rocked.


After Spoon, I was done with the big stages and wanted to catch the Casbah stage again, since I think it had been nearly two years since I'd seen Devotchka. I guess their Eastern European sound kinda takes me back to my Polish roots and listening to polkas with my dad as a kid, and there is something about their sound that, while still indie rock, brings an element of tradition to it. They sounded amazing, but the lighting didn't work out so much for my P&S or PoS camera, depending on how you look at it.


Last, I made my way back to the nightmare chaos stage to worm my way through the crowd for Vampire Weekend. I still love this band, despite their unfortunate overhype and subsequent backlash. They make me happy, and when I met them all in the past, they were all sweet and humble guys just enjoying the ride while they can. Can't knock them for that.

Vampire Weekend

After Vampire Weekend, I attempted Beck but was rejected for not having a secondary special photo pass, which pretty much made me give a big middle finger and skip his performance. I guess with Beck I'm a fairweather fan. I only own/like Sea Change, and the last time I saw him at RIMAC I was bored to bits, so I wandered.

I did make one more stop at The Casbah stage for Antibalas who played furiously and had a great political message to their music, not to mention being the only band I danced to all night.


And that was the end of our Street Scene adventure. I caught a ride with Dagart and Jake and we hit the Chee Chee for a while after the show, then went to the Ken. It was a punk night there and it was packed and I ran into a bunch of friends there, so afterward a couple of them came over thinking we'd have a full on after party, but everyone else bailed I guess. Still we had a good time catching up and I finally crashed out around 4 am. Entirely not enough sleep for Saturday's festivities, but such is my life sometimes. I'll post a Day Two recap soon.