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Caribou's Dan Snaith has put out a new BBC Essential Mix that features a bunch of new songs. The new songs include "Carry On" and "Tin" from Snaith's DJ project Daphni, Les Sins' "Past" and "Call," a…   Read Story »
When Dan Snaith named Caribou's new album Our Love, he knew people might initially picture some kind of fairytale sentiment. But nothing is ever that simple, least of all love, and Snaith not only…   Read Story »
In addition to Caribou, Dan Snaith sometimes releases things under his Daphni moniker, which usually trend in a more club-oriented direction. This time he's remixed one of his own songs, "Our Love,"…   Read Story »
Los Angeles' FYF Fest was one of the more stylistically diverse festivals of the year. Its lineup blended major headliners (Phoenix, the Strokes, HAIM) with some of the best electronic musicians in…   Read Story »
Dan Snaith is best known as Caribou, but back in 2012 he dove full force into his DAPHNI moniker and made some incredible club music. Now he's put together a new single with Owen Pallett featuring…   Read Story »
In 1959, Ornette Coleman released The Shape of Jazz To Come, a record with content almost as audacious as its title. Forty-seven years later, Coleman at least partially fulfilled his own challenge…   Read Story »
Here's Daphni's (AKA Caribou figurehead Dan Snaith) new visual representation of Jiaolong cut "Ahora," a video that syncs up swirling colors and the twittering pulse of the source track. Watch it…   Read Story »
Today marks the release of Dan Snaith's (Caribou) debut LP as Daphni, a project where Snaith drives his sound into deep dance territory with help from a customized synthesizer. The stream hit the web…   Read Story »
For a while now, Dan Snaith, mastermind of the forever-morphing percussive psych-pop project Caribou, has been making remixes and dance tracks under his Daphni alter-ego. And this fall, he'll release…   Read Story »
Yesterday, the Brooklyn Academy of Music announced the lineup for the National-curated Crossing Brooklyn Ferry fest, a roster which included Sinkane, aka Yeasayer multi-instrumentalist Ahmed Gallab.…   Read Story »