New Caribou album drops on iTunes Radio
Caribou

When Canadian Dan Snaith was greeted with a lawsuit over his moniker “Manitoba,” he deftly transitioned to a handle pretty much just as Canadian: Caribou. The dude has a Ph.D. in math and has become one of the more celebrated musician/DJ combos of our generation. Caribou’s 2007 album Andorra won the 2008 Polaris Prize, his 2010 record Swim was shortlisted for it, and Snaith’s most recent effort, Jiaolong, was considered for the award as well.

Caribou is well-known for adjusting his sound from album to album. He told Wikinews, “[I]n music I will have an idea to put some different sounds together or a melody that meshes with a chord sequence or a sonic mood. I’m not the type of person who takes physical things apart and plays around with them, but I like taking mental ideas apart and playing around with them. That's what appeals to me about what I've spent my life doing." That's pretty awesome, Dan.

After dishing out epic 7.5 hour long DJ sets over the past couple years, Snaith is back with another LP and another massive tour. Our Love is “formed around a mixture of digital pop production, hip hop inspired beats, muted house basslines and a love of shuffling garage,” according to the press release.

The record just dropped on iTunes Radio, so get your taste there before picking up the real deal when Our Love becomes available on October 7. Oh, and if you feel so inspired to see him live (you should), then hey see below:

Caribou Worldwide Dates:

Oct 08 London, UK — KOKO*
Oct 09 Brussels, BE — Botanique*
Oct 10 Cologne, DE — Ewerk*
Oct 11 Hamburg, DE — Grosse Freiheit*
Oct 12 Amsterdam, NL — Melkweg Old Room*
Oct 13 Helsinki, FI — The Circus
Oct 14 Berlin, DE — Berghain*
Oct 15 Leipzig, DE — Conne Island*
Oct 16 Prague, CZ — Meet Factory*
Oct 17 Budapest, HU — A38*
Oct 18 Vienna, AT — Electronic Beats @ TMuseumsquartier*
Oct 19 Munich, DE — Muffathalle*
Oct 20 Zurich, CH — Komplex 457*
Oct 21 Lyon, FR — Transbordeur*
Oct 22 Lille, FR — Aeronef*
Oct 23 Liverpool, UK — Liverpool Music Week at Camp & Furnace*
Oct 24 Bristol, UK — Simple Things Festival at Motion *
Oct 31 Manchester, UK — The Warehouse Project*
Nov 01 Paris, FR — Pitchfork Festival Paris*
Nov 05 Dublin, IE — Vicar Street*
Nov 06 Barcelona, ES — Razzmatazz*
Nov 07 Turin, IT — Alfa MiTo Club To Club*
Nov 08 Reykjavik, IS — Iceland Airwaves*
Nov 10 Montreal, QC — Metropolis* UPGRADED TO BIGGER VENUE
Nov 11 Boston, MA — Paradise*
Nov 12 New York, NY — Webster Hall*
Nov 13 Philadelphia, PA — Union Transfer*
Nov 14 New York, NY — Webster Hall* SECOND SHOW ADDED
Nov 15 Washington, DC — Black Cat*
Nov 16 Carrboro, NC — Cat’s Cradle*
Nov 17 Atlanta, GA — Terminal West*
Nov 18 Orlando, FL — The Social*
Nov 19 Miami, FL — Grand Central*
Nov 20 Tallahassee, FL — Club Downunder*
Nov 21 New Orleans, LA — One Eyed Jacks*
Nov 22 Houston, TX — Fitzgerald’s*
Nov 23 Austin, TX — The Mohawk*
Nov 24 Toronto, ON — Danforth Music Fall*
Feb 28 Los Angeles, CA — The Fonda Theatre
Mar 01 San Francisco, CA — The Fillmore
Mar 03 Portland, OR — Wonder Ballroom
Mar 04 Seattle, WA — The Showbox
Mar 05 Vancouver, BC — Commodore Ballroom
Mar 10 Brussles, BE — AB
Mar 12 Berlin, DE — Columbiahalle
Mar 14 London, UK — Brixton Academy

*support from Jessy Lanza