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.