Posts tagged "Caribou"

Review: Caribou Embraces Multicoloured Eclecticism In ‘Suddenly’

Caribou | Suddenly | City Slang Release Date: 28 February, 2020 Canadian musician, composer and producer Daniel Snaith has been a driving musical force since the inception of his career in the early 2000s: known under multiple monikers, he originally adopted the byname Manitoba in his early stages – however

Dan Snaith has announced the release of second album entitled Joli Mai under his dancefloor-centric alter ego Daphni. Featuring extended versions of tracks from Dan Snaith’s Fabriclive mix, the LP is set for release 6 October following Daphni’s 2012 Jiaolong. Included in the 12-track LP are unreleased tracks such as

Canadian producer Dan Snaith is about to drop the first LP under his Caribou moniker since 2010’s hugely successful Swim. Titled Our Love, the new album will be released in the UK on 6th October via City Slang. However, for those who can’t wait, Our Love can now be streamed

Dan Snaith, AKA Caribou, has assembled a 1000 track playlist (suitably) titled ‘The Longest Mixtape – 1000 Songs For You.’ 2014 was a spectacular year for Caribou, having released the very gorgeous ‘Our Love’, which received much praise, and playing many sold-out shows across the globe. Caribou says that he owes this success to the loyalty of his

Caribou is an animal, literally and figuratively. Let’s leave the North American deer species to David Attenborough and focus on Dan Snaith’s musical persona.   Releasing music under the names Manitoba and Daphni, Dan Snaith is a musical behemoth and is defined more as a composer/recording artist than a DJ.

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