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Here are 10 other acts to dis­cover at this year’s N.D.G. Porchfest: Satur­day

An­ima Mu­sica (noon, 5531 Côte-StAn­toine). ■ Clas­si­cal choir per­form­ing pop­u­lar opera cho­ruses from the past 400 years.

Lost & Found (noon, 3511 Benny

Ave.). A group of 12- and 13-year-old pop-rock­ers who “love play­ing in a band and play­ing the songs they love.”

Ta­mashi (2 p.m., 5711 Sher­brooke St. ■

W.). “Funk rock ska punk.” What more do you need to know?

Emmy Aronovich (4 p.m., 2287

Wil­son Ave.). A 16-year-old singer-gui­tarist who cov­ers clas­sic rock from the ’70s and ’80s, and some new stuff, too.

Os­mo­sis Un­lim­ited (4 p.m., 5711

Sher­brooke St. W.). Mon­treal reg­gae legend Kali (of Kali & Dub Inc.) teams up with Me Mom & Mor­gen­taler alum­nus John Jor­dan for a ska-reg­gaeR&B throw­down.


Day­care Dad­dies (11 a.m., 3471

Girouard Ave.). Billed as “a group of dads from the day­care play­ing mu­sic for chil­dren of all ages.”

PopTones Vo­cal Ensem­ble (11 a.m.,

4369 Girouard Ave.). A vo­cal group that wears skinny jeans and pink shirts, and per­forms cov­ers of the Bea­tles, Michael Jack­son, the Zom­bies and Ra­dio­head.

Com­mu­nity Klezmer Orches­tra (1

■ p.m., 4116 Mel­rose Ave.). Tra­di­tional and pro­gres­sive klezmer mu­sic with East­ern Euro­pean Jewish roots.

Bon­nie Smokes (2 p.m., 4344

Girouard Ave.). “A three-piece fem­i­nist in­die punk band that lay out quick, sassy songs in English and French.”

Les Flâneurs (3 p.m., 2283 Wil­son

Ave.). Ca­jun mu­sic pay­ing trib­ute to the sounds of south­west Louisiana.

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