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Kelsey Brookes + Grand Tarantula

Kelsey Brookes teamed up with local rockers, Grand Tarantula, on a one-of-a-kind 7 inch vinyl. The debut release for the band, and for local label Pretty Awesome Records has a charitable side as well.  Proceeds from tonight's release event at El Dorado, and from record sales will be donated to Keep-A-Breast foundation.

D/Wolves will kick off tonight's festivities around 10pm, with Grand Tarantula to follow. There will be live painting by Exist 1981, and a huge raffle with prizes from Vestal, Sanuk, Pony, and yours truly.

 

Posted By zack | 10/28/2010 | 10:28 AM | Add a Comment

Pumpkin Carving @ El Take It Easy

To celebrate our recent partnership with El Take It Easy and The Linkery, Sezio is hosting a Pumkin Carving Contest this Tuesday at El Take It Easy. We've lined up a ton of great prizes from both North Park establishments, Starlite, Casbah, and tickets to upcoming Sezio events (including Four Day Weekend). Carving starts at 8pm sharp, with a total of 40 spots available at a $5 dollar entry fee. Pumpkins and carving utensils will be included, and there will be food and drink specials all night long! Pumpkins need to be submitted by 9:45pm to be eligible for one of our many prizes. Details & RSVP Here.

Poster by Chadwick Gantes

Posted By zack | 10/23/2010 | 4:06 PM | Add a Comment

Andy Ralph Takes Us to the California Biennial

Musician and artist Andy Ralph and his freewheeling imagination are at it again. By taking ordinary objects and rearranging them to create improbable situations, Ralph splits open our idea of the commonplace where industrial methods create unusual yet hypnotizing art.

His most recent work, Lawn Chairs, was part of one of the summer's more picturesque group shows, Here Not There at MCASD La Jolla where he joined some of San Diego's most well known and prolific artists.

Ralph will be showing his latest installation at the 2010 California Biennial at the Orange County Museum of Art which surveys the state's "most innovative contemporary visual artists."

You can see Ralph's work at the California Biennial showing October 24th through March 13th, 2011 alongside a strong San Diego cast headlined by David Adey and Brian Dick.

Photos by Charles Bergquist

Posted By angella | 10/22/2010 | 2:40 AM | View Comments (1)

Sezio Presents : Four Day Weekend featuring The Dodos, Avi Buffalo, Dominant Legs, and The Tree Ring

In March of 2009, Sezio hosted Live @ Luce Loft in San Diego's East Village. The five-night series paired ten emerging local acts in an intimate living room setting, and proved to be a landmark event in San Diego's current music scene. We're taking things up a notch in 2010, doubling the size of the living room, and showcasing some of our favorite California-based bands. Sezio is ecstatic to announce Four Day Weekend, headlined by The Dodos, Avi Buffalo, Dominant Legs, and The Tree Ring.

The four-night series will go down Thursday, November 4th through Sunday, November 7th at Sushi Art (also in SD's East Village).  

The Paddle Boat @ Sushi Art (Dec. 2009) - Photo by Carly Ealey

To round out the week's lineup, we've chosen four emerging San Diego-based acts that we are quite fond of. Here's the schedule:

11.04 - The Tree Ring w/ The Vision of a Dying World

11.05 - Dominant Legs w/ Writer

11.06 - The Dodos w/ Cuckoo Chaos

11.07 - Avi Buffalo w/ Chairs Missing 

Individual tickets for the shows can be purchased here, along with a VIP Pass which guarantees access to all four performances, priority seating, your first drink on the house and a limited-edition, letterpressed pass. Each show will have a 200 person capacity, so grab your tickets now!  Doors will open at 8pm each night, with the opening act starting promptly at 9pm.

Sezio is proud to partner with Sushi Art, Karl Strauss, Hotel Indigo and Jedidiah Clothing to make this event possible.

Poster designed by Charles Bergquist.

Posted By zack | 10/5/2010 | 7:15 PM | View Comments (2)

Sezio To Curate 'Fruit of the Soul 2010'

Sezio is excited to announce a partnership with Fruit of the Soul, an annual arts, music and culinary event hosted at the Specialty Produce warehouse in Mid Town. Going on five years strong, FOTS combines the best food, art and music San Diego has to offer and annually raises over $20,000 for local charities.  We're excited to be curating this year's art installment, which will be showcased in two semi trucks turned pop-up galleries for the October 16th event.  Sezio will also be live silk screening tees and collaborating on a live art installation.

Tickets and details for the event can be found here.  RSVP on Facebook here.

Posters designed by Justin Skeesuck.

Posted By zack | 10/5/2010 | 11:53 AM | Add a Comment