Mississippi Studios
8:00pm Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Bambi and Cole met on a basketball court, filming a music video for a band that didn’t have any music. After dating for six months, the two married under a blanket of smoke from the season’s forest fires. 
Reptaliens quickly evolved from a conceptual collage of ideas into the bedroom recording project for the duo, captured with analog synthesizers, electric guitars, and melodic bass lines, and tape delayed vocals telling stories of science fiction, obsession, and transhumanism.

As long time, active participants in the Portland music scene, Bambi and Cole call on a number of talented musicians to guest on songs throughout the entirety of Reptaliens’ recordings and live performances. The band embraces the captivity of their audience with their sincere and theatrical performances.


Doug Fir Lounge
9:00pm Wednesday, June 20, 2018
Girl Fest presents:
She|Divine, Summer Edition
June 20
Doors at 8pm, Show starts at 9.
Doug Fir Lounge

Raquel Divar

Hosted by:
Sarah G.

Sponsored by:
Vortex Music Mag
KIND Healthy Snacks

More details on the event page here. 

Hollywood Theatre
7:00pm Saturday, June 23, 2018


Director William E. Badgley in attendance!

A new documentary telling the tale of the formation, journey and end of the seminal Punk/Reggae band The Slits, the world's first all-girl punk band. Forming in London in 1976, they were contemporaries of The Clash & The Sex Pistols, and were the pioneering godmothers of the musical movement known as  "Punky Reggae". The film tells the story of the band and the lives of the women involved, from the bands inception in 1976 to the bands end in 2010 coinciding at the death of lead vocalist Ari Up.

Sonic Cinema sponsored by Lagunitas, XRAY FM and Music Millennium

Say Ciao!
4:00pm Sunday, June 24, 20187:30pm Monday, June 4, 2018

Join us at the Say Ciao Columbia River Taproom and Eatery from 4-7 pm on Saturday June 24th for a KXRW fundraiser. We'll have a meet and with the KXRW show hosts and board of directors, as well as a raffle for 3 nights at Prinevilla Resort Home. Tickets are $25 each or $40 for a pair, kids under 12 get in free. 2501 SE Columbia Way ste 270, Vancouver, WA.

The White Eagle
8:00pm Thursday, June 28, 2018

McMenamins, Pabst Blue Ribbon & XRAY FM Present: MIC CHECK 

Mic Check is celebrating 2 years of bringing you some of the best hip-hop in the region. This year we're bring you an additional hour featuring beat sets from some of the regions best producers, continuing the open mic and live remixes from resident DJs Trox and O.G. One. Transitioning to a quarterly event, the Hip Hop Showcase is happening the last Thursday of the quarter at White Eagle, with Live performances, drink specials and good vibes!

Make sure you hit www.miccheckpdx.com 


Special Guests...





Beat Set by: Trox

Hosted by: DJ Klyph

Music by: Trox & DJ O.G. One

Dooors @ 8pm, Show starts at 9pm...

21 and over, Tickets: $8 @ the Door


Hollywood Theatre
7:00pm Saturday, June 30, 2018


Christopher Kirkley in attendance for this US premiere! 

Shot on three continents, this film provides an inside look at Portland's own Christopher Kirkley’s project “Sahel Sounds” – a blog, record label, and platform to explore arts and music of the Sahel region through non-traditional ethnographic fieldwork. Not a strict portrait, nor a straight music documentary, A STORY OF SAHEL SOUNDS celebrates the wide range of musical performances of current artists from Niger, while leaving room to reflect on today’s role of ethnomusicology. Still held back by asymmetrical power differentials, but now backed up by an expanding globalism and new possibilities to claim their independence, artists try to reach for success - on stages and on cellphones. Featuring early appearances of bands such as Mdou Moctar, Les Filles de Illighadad, Mamman Sani and many more!

Tickets available here.

Mississippi Studios
8:00pm Saturday, June 30, 2018

Ural Thomas is, and forever will be Portland's pillar of soul. He started singing beneath his mothers knee in church at the age of 3. By high school he led the doo-wop group the Mono Rays, breaking hearts and taking names at Jefferson High and Irvington Park along the way. Ural's voice and songwriting soon gained national attention and he found himself sharing the stage with the likes of James Brown, Otis Redding, Johnny Guitar Watson and "Little" Stevie Wonder. He played the Apollo 44 times. He backed the Northwest's biggest soul and garage outfits of the1960s (The Kingsmen, Paul Revere and the Raiders, Cavaliers Unlimited) and he never for a moment stopped teaching, singing and loving soul music..

Now Ural is poised to represent Portland on equal ground with contemporaries like Lee Fields, Sharon Jones and Charles Bradley, all of whom ultimately gained their dues in their golden years. To ensure the legacy he's backed by a 9 piece band comprised of the some of the most recognizable session and solo players in town. Band leader/drummer Scott Magee (aka Cooky Parker) has arranged a setlist compiled from the gilded age of soul and R&B and Ural originals, all with a sharp focus on moving the dance floor. The foot stomping days of Jump Town, USA have returned and Ural Thomas & the Pain are here to lead the way.

Bunk Bar
9:00pm Saturday, June 30, 2018

Frog Eyes have made their last album. 17 years after their teetering debut, the Vancouver band unveils Violet Psalms—a giddy lament; a gnashing jubilee; a rain-drenched allocution on hope vs. horror, paradise vs. pride, Marx and Brexit and bad acid trips.

It's an ending like a beginning. "We were trying to pretend it was our first record," Carey Mercer says. This is their final record, Frog Eyes' last gasp—but the art-rockers wanted to capture the energy of a debut, the freedom you feel "when there's no expectation that anyone will actually listen." They made it at home, burrowing under the house where Mercer lives with drummer Melanie Campbell. The goal was to blot out the world, focusing on what they could grow down there, four musicians in a basement. Could they squeeze out ten songs? Was there enough paste in the tube to squeeze out 10? "In the end there was. Which is rad.”

More information and tickets available here.

Beech Street Parlor
9:00pm Tuesday, July 3, 2018

Every first Tuesday from 9PM-1AM join XRAY.FM DJs spinning records live at Beech Street Parlor! For a full schedule of events visit Beech Street Parlor here. 

White Owl Social Club
3:00pm10:00pm Sunday, July 8, 2018

PDX Cannabis Industry Appreciation Patry // An Event for Everyone // 21+

Portland friends! I'm back at it again July, 8th with a day party banger on The White Owl Social Club Patio. This time I have teamed up with Odyssey Cannabis, The Caputo Group and Buddies to bring to life the day party of my dreams! Musical guests include: Flamingosis, DJ100Proof, Lamar Leroy, Roane Namuh and Freaky Outty. Hosted by by/ Reva DeVito.

This event is open to the public, however it is a Cannabis Industry Appreciation party and there will be benefits and discounts for OLCC MJ Cardholders including: 50% off discount code! Just click the ticket link, fill out the form and receive your discount code. First 25 plates of BBQ (veggie options included) free to people who show their OLCC MJ Card.

Backyard BBQ will also have a raffle where we will be raising money for The Sentencing Project:

Although this is a Cannabis Industry Event, there is NO CONSUMPTION allowed on the premisses

Tickets available here.

Curious Comedy Theater
6:30pm Saturday, July 14, 2018

DOORS 6:30 | SHOW 7:30
5225 NE MLK Blvd

FEATURING: NICOLE J. GEORGES the winner from our April show, JOEY SLAMON Returning Runner-Up, Writer for Arrested Development, ALEX FALCONE Returning Winner, Named one of WW’s Portland’s Funniest Five, Creator/Host Earthquake Hurricane, Along With First-Time Competitors LAURA ANNE WHITLEY Producer of Lez Stand Up, KISHA JARRETT Marketing Director at Artists Repertory Theatre, Actor, Baker, Wrote/Directed a Short Film that Debuted at Sundance, Terrible Photographer and one more fantastic storyteller!

Music by DJ BOBBY D from XRAY

*Storytellers subject to change without prior notice.

5:00pm Friday, July 20, 201810:00pm Friday, July 27, 2018

The band basketball tournament is set to rip it's 8th year of wacky-ball, played half court, between Portland bands on a regulation height basketball hoop attached to a tour van. Rigsketball is open to the public and sign ups are open now. The tournament will take place on July 20th, 21st, 22nd, 26th, and 27th. Bands from all corners of genre are welcome to play in Rigsketball 2018. More info, sign ups, and everything else that rips can be found at Rigsketball.com

Beech Street Parlor
9:00pm Tuesday, August 7, 2018

Every first Tuesday from 9PM-1AM join XRAY.FM DJs spinning records live at Beech Street Parlor! For a full schedule of events visit Beech Street Parlor here.