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December 2017

XRAY SELECTS: Top 10 Albums of 2017

2017 was a colossal year for music around the world, across and in some cases bridging genres, where creativity reigned supreme. It was a year in which new artists rose from the peripheral, old heroes returned with some of the... Continue Reading →

A guide to the Catalonian independence movement

By Melissa Aguilar   Last year brought a wave of political movements previously thought unlikely: the U.K.’s vote to leave the European Union and the election of Donald Trump to the U.S. presidency. Both were seen as an acceptance of nationalism... Continue Reading →

Hindsight is 2020 with the XRAY In The Morning Crew!

The staff of XRAY In The Morning look back on what made 2017 worthwhile. 1. What was the best music of 2017? Zeke Martin-Brunkhart (News Writer) - Two songs that gave me a sonic surprise: "Stranger" by Paul Simon, "Drink I'm Sippin On" by... Continue Reading →

The Credentialed Podcast: Gender Transition as a Startup CEO

Think a tech podcast isn’t up your alley? You haven’t heard The Credentialed podcast on XRAY.fm. Hosted by XRAY’s own occasional record-spinner Calamity Kate, a.k.a. Kate Kaye, The Credentialed is not your average tech podcast. The show features talks with... Continue Reading →

Happy holidays from XRAY.FM!

  Dear XRAY community, Thank you so much for your support in 2017! We have so much to be grateful for this year, and it’s all thanks to the amazing XRAY family of 100+ DJs and show hosts; 200+ volunteers... Continue Reading →

XRAY’s 2017 Eat, Drink, and Be Local Guide

We've assembled this handy guide to help you support and frequent the local businesses who support our work at XRAY. We are proud to know that our supporters are literally comprised of the best local nonprofits, media and arts organizations, restaurants,... Continue Reading →

Friday Forum Recap: What’s Next for Portland State?

Portland State University (PSU) is the second-largest university in Oregon, but it's often overshadowed by both private and public universities in the region. Last Friday, Dr. Rahmat Shoureshi, the new President of Portland State University, spoke at City Club's Friday Forum. Shoureshi... Continue Reading →

Holocene: Electronic Ambience

Jordan Rasmussen On a dreary but warmer-than-expected night in early December, concertgoers packed into The Holocene to witness a live performance from one of the world’s most groundbreaking artists - Laurel Halo. Beginning the night was local IDM-auteur Strategy, whose... Continue Reading →

Battle for the Net – Call Congress TODAY!

The FCC is about to vote to kill net neutrality. Only Congress can stop it. Here's a must-read from the Sacramento Bee, from Media Alliance, and the latest episode of The Future of What, discussing net neutrality and what's at stake. Do what... Continue Reading →

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