Devil's Point Bikini Car & Dog Wash
If you’re going to pay for a bikini car wash, you may as well go to one ran by professionals—even better if it’s for a good cause! Devil’s Point strip club, AKA the destination for all your Stripparaoke needs, is hosting its 11th annual Bikini Car and Dog Wash as a benefit for Family Dogs New Life, a no-kill dog shelter in Southeast Portland. For a donation, bikini-clad dancers from Devil’s Point and Lucky Devil will wash your dog, car, bike, unicycle, motorcycle, scooter, skateboard, or whatever you’re driving. The outdoor event will feature tunes from house DJs Kenoy and Brooks, and the Food Carts on Foster will provide eats. So if you want to help houseless dogs, have a vehicle in need of some serious suds, and want to see how a real bikini car wash is done, this is a great use of your time and money. JENNI MOORE
1 pm, Devil's Point, $20

Girls Gone Mild: A Stand-Up Brunch
The Siren Theater, one of our finest purveyors of laffs, is now serving COMEDY BRUNCH, with Girls Gone Mild, featuring Portland’s Funniest Person Caitlin Weierhauser (HEYO); Mercury Undisputable Genius of Comedy Kirsten Kuppenbender; and Lez Stand Up’s green-haired fairy princess of jokes Laura Anne Whitley. Plus bellinis, mimosas, champagne, and a breakfast buffet, because god is real and she wants us to be happy. MEGAN BURBANK
11 am, Siren Theater, $12

Speck's Grand Opening Party
Since Speck’s Records and Tapes quietly opened its doors this past March, the family-run record store has quickly become a favorite among local music lovers. Situated along the Kenton neighborhood’s sleepy strip, Speck’s carries a wide range of genres and small selection of audio equipment. Owners Michael and Maia Gersten invited a slew of promising local acts to perform in-store at this long-awaited grand opening. Headliner Fountaine will bring hazy hip-hop tracks from his new album, Hell for Infinite Losers (H.F.I.L.). Other highlights include dreamy pop trio Post Moves, masterful live mixing from DJ VNPRT, vinyl garage rock spins by DJ Stonebunny, and a pop-up from Moffenzeef Modular. Keep your fingers crossed for a surprise performance by DJ Bouncy, the owners’ school-aged son. EMILLY PRADO
noon, Speck's Records and Tapes, free

Sister Speak
Canadian-born, Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter Sherri Anne, known by her stage name Sister Speak, brings her bluesy acoustic sounds to the Doug Fir Patio as part of the venue's Pickin' on Sundays series.
3 pm, Doug Fir, free

New Move, Rio Grands, Arthur & the Antics
New Move doesn't do anything by the book, and that includes not just their sound, but their showmanship. Pop music typically doesn't do what New Move makes it do.
8 pm, Rontoms, free

Remember when Shia LeBeouf wasn't an insufferable dipshit? It looked like this.
3 pm, Fifth Avenue Cinema

Drowse, Zen Mother, EMS, Floom
The Know hosts a full night of experimental music from near and far, with Portland's Drowse closing out the affair with a set of dreamy shoegaze-leaning soundscapes.
8:30 pm, The Know, $8

Inter Arma, Atriarch, Sól
If the recent 100-degree days and relentless sunshine are getting you down, duck into the Doug Fir’s basement and wallow in the pitch-black sounds of Atriarch. The local quartet has been churning out lurching, death-obsessed rock since 2009, blurring the lines between sludge metal, droning doom, experimental noise, and strangled punk rock. Atriarch just released its fourth full-length album, Dead as Truth, on the world’s leading metal label, Relapse Records. It’s a harrowing slab of bleakness, with enough deep, dark anti-grooves to keep the devil’s excavation business busy for eternity. The band’s rhythm section (bassist Andrew Stromstad and drummer Maxamillion Avila) will crush your soul in slo-mo. Singer Lenny Smith possesses a hopeless howl and a ghastly groan. And guitarist Joshua Dark sounds like he’s scraping evil off the walls of hell. Together, they’re one of Portland’s nastiest bands, and Sunday, they play the Doug Fir with Inter Arma, psych-doom masters in town all the way from Richmond, Virginia. BEN SALMON
9 pm, Doug Fir, $10

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