Monday, July 19, 2010

Samurais and School Girls

On Thursday, July 22, 2010, Comic Con's afterparties will evolve to rockstar status at the intensely badass "Samurais and School Girls" event. This is a 21+ event only.

Expect models dressed like your favorite manga characters, anime classics projected all night, entertainment in all corners of the venue, the most talented artists in San Diego, and Samurais and School Girls taking over the night! Come in costume and get a drink ticket!




Look forward to...

  • a costume contest with prize for the person the crowd chooses as best dressed!
  • San Diego's Hottest Cosplayers!
  • an awesome art show with some of the most talented artists in San Diego doing live art!
  • DJs spinning a mix of music until 4AM!
  • So much more, as this will be a memorable way to kick off your convention weekend!
Dance the night away with...
  • DJ Robin Roth (Rock 105.3, 91X, The 11th Hour, Ascension, Club Sabbat and Pussy Galore)!

  • Superfly Brown (the brain speaker radio show on 2plyradio.com), who will be churning out tunes while Billy Martinez creates a massive live art project on stage!

  • DJ GarGar (of the Knee Highs) closing out the event in the after hours!

You will also be blown away by the Naruwan Taiko Drummers!

Complete Artist Roster below:


Billy Martinez
Sean Dietrich
True Delorenzo
Tracy Black
Sam McInvale
Kai Martin
Randy Renaud
Christopher Terry
Sharif Carter
Todd Sanders
Chanel Penley
Christine Penley
David Goff
Chris Monson
Taren Meacham

More info and registration here!



When: Thursday, July 22nd | Doors open at 8:30pm

Where: Mainline | 1676 Main Street, San Diego CA 92113

Register: Register here!

Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Wow, 3 Years Already?

Time flies when you're....sure does.  Its been 3 years since I started doing Pussy Galore at the Whistle Stop in South Park.  Taking a look back at the history of the night itself, it started at the Beauty Bar when they first opened in San Diego.  I was asked to do a weekly night and thought it would be great to feature all female DJs and mix in martinis and manicures.  That worked really well.  After awhile I wanted to branch out to include other venues.  I moved the night to the SDSC (now known as Ruby Room) and started having bands play.  Then I went to the Brass Rail for awhile. And now its monthly home is at the Whistle Stop, which has been my favorite venue so far.  I always have one or two bands play along with spinning a mix of electro, indie, 80s, britpop and whatever else tickles your fancy.

This Friday we will be celebrating and I hope you can join the party.