Canadian folktronica master Caribou, a.k.a Dan Snaith, continues to explore the farthest-flung corners of the sonic universe with his eclectic productions, expanding his musical palette to include elements of chillwave, neo-psychedelia, and even EDM. Caribou's live shows are just as ambitious as his recordings, featuring multiple drummers and massive avant-garde video projections that add new dimension to dance floor-friendly gems like "Odessa" and "Can't Do Without You". With Our Love -- his first full-length since 2010's Swim -- hitting shelves in 2014, Caribou has fans eagerly awaiting the opportunity to experience cuts from the album in the flesh on one of his must-see tours.
Ontario-born Dan Snaith debuted his unique brand of folk-tinged electronica in 2000 under the name Manitoba. After dropping several critically acclaimed releases under the moniker, he retired it due to threats of legal action from punk rock singer Richard "Handsome Dick" Manitoba, reemerging as Caribou in 2005 with the album The Milk of Human Kindness. After extensive touring in support of the release Snaith returned to the studio to record 2007's Andorra, which received the prestigious 2008 Polaris Music Prize. 2010's dance music-influenced Swim LP was also honored as a shortlist contender for the prize, bringing him back out on the road for another series of electrifying shows. With the highly anticipated album Our Love out in 2014, Snaith has ticket buyers chomping at the bit for a chance to catch him live.