Tuesday, Sept. 11

* World Press photos continues
* Free screening of doc on north-African Tuareg musicians in Agadez
* Album launches for Brigitte Saintaubin and Manu Militari
* Sao Paolo Underground plays Suoni
* Jordan Dare & Roxy Moron on the decks at Salon Officiel

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Tuareg musician Omar Moctar, aka Bambino, from Agadez: the music and the rebellion.

Have you been to World Press Photo yet? FOR SHAME. Marché Bonsecours, 325 De La Commune Street , 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.. daily, to Sept. 30. $12, $8 for students under 25, children under 12 free

The trials and triumphs of celebrated Tuareg musician Omara Moctar, known as “Bombino,” as well as the fascinating Northern Niger Tuareg musical culture he comes from, are documented in Agadez, the Music and the Rebellion, screening at the PHI Centre. 407 St-Pierre, 7 p.m., free

Two new albums are launching tonight: Brigitte Saintaubin drops at the Rialto (5723 Parc), 5 p.m., free, while Manu Militari rocks the National (122 Ste-Catherine E.), 8 p.m., $23

Catch Sao Paolo Underground, as part of Suoni per il Popolo’s fall mini-edition. Casa del Popolo, 4873 St-Laurent, 8:30 p.m., $14

Shake it like a polaroid picture at Da Da Da, as Jordan Dare and Roxy Moron take ownership over Salon Officiel. 351 Roy E., 10 p.m., free with cheap drinks to boot

Check out our full Montreal music listings for more great shows, club nights and special events.

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