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Wednesday

1:00am3:00am
The best of XRAY!
    3:00am4:00am
    Movie soundtracks, heavy Synth & Dark Dance music. The cross over between movies and music is the main inspiration. The intersection of these two, is where VCR TV will take you. Dj Kyle-Reese is your guide.
      4:00am5:00am
      The Sound of Pictures is a program of movie music. It features rare and well-known music for domestic and international film. Wednesday from 4-5am.
        5:00am6:00am
        A curated selection of XRAY talk programming.
          6:00am7:00am
          Content from KXRW Vancouver, featuring rotating shows highlighting content by, for, and about Vancouver and the people who live there.... or just come to visit.
            7:00am9:06am
            Looking for the smart, the funny, and the weird? Start your mornings here to find it. Tune in, and we'll supply information, discussion, and comic relief to keep you informed, around the corner and across the globe. Radio is Yours!
              9:06am12:00pm
              America's Number One Progressive Radio Show
                12:00pm1:00pm
                The Magic Hour is a show about creativity, reality, being human beings, and other weirdness. Featuring Portland author Anthony Alvarado and comedian Jason Traeger as hosts. We talk with creative and innovative thinkers about dreams, magic, drugs, philosophy and spirituality.
                  1:00pm2:00pm
                  The Radio Survivor podcast is a weekly show that explores the future of radio that matters, with a focus on community, college and low-power FM, along with podcasting and internet radio.
                    2:00pm3:00pm
                    Go find yourself a new band! Sessions From The Box is the live concert experience without the sticky floor. Live sessions and interviews from local and touring bands. No genres, just great music.
                    3:00pm4:00pm
                    I'm Raybanjan. I love power pop, punk, garage/surf rock, alt-country, classic soul, psychedelia, girl groups, jingle-jangle folk rock and of course lots of the local artists that make the Portland music scene so amazing. Let's hang out a bit in the middle of the afternoon in the middle of the week. I promise to show you a good time or your money back.
                      4:00pm6:00pm
                      A genre-fluid show with a venn diagram intersection. Your favorite songs you didn’t know you already loved dug up from the past, present, and future. Join Dijon on a path of (re)discovery; falling in love for the first time over and over again. Got a show coming up? Want to hear your band on the air? Hit me with a vmail at (971) 915-3566 Email: scott.osgood@xray.fm
                      6:00pm7:00pm
                      Anjali and The Kid present International classics & unknown pop gems from their vintage vinyl collections. With a focus on retro Bollywood & the Latin diaspora, you can also expect to hear Panjabi folk, Qawwali, South Asian filmi (Lollywood, Tollywood & Kollywood) as well as 60's Pop (French, Thai, etc.)
                      7:00pm8:00pm
                      Rad music (or close enough) serving indie rock, global psychedelica, lo-fi, art punk, Portland-centric, international pop, folkishness, real rock, and brand new cuts of distinction. Classic tracks, lost gems and new discoveries every Wednesday at 7pm.
                      8:00pm9:00pm
                      A live, vinyl set mixing pop from faraway places, rock with long hair, psych with great drums, soul with funk, and funk with soul.
                      9:00pm10:00pm
                      60 minutes dedicated to post-punk, darkwave, cold wave, Neue Deutshe Welle and whatever other signifiers, with perhaps the strongest emphasis on the local post-punk scene of any radio show in the Portland area. From the first wave to NOW, it's here.
                      10:00pm12:00am
                      Classic rock and heavy metal collide on the Heavy Metal Sewïng Cïrcle. Great singing and songwriting in loud and heavy music will help the faint of heart ease into things, and killer nuggets will be unearthed for the initiated. No earplugs required. \m/