Caribou Up In Flames [vinyl] Reissue of the second album by Dan Snaith, originally released as Manitoba We originally said this The next step in Manitoba's continual development! This time he's opted for live instrumentation and subdued vocals over skillfully edited and manipulated breakbeats, an entirely lush and uplifting listening experience that bears resemblance to Four Tet/Fridge kind of stuff and has even been compared to early Mercury Rev and Beach Boys too. Beautitful sun-drenched pleasure that's guaranteed to make you happy! Watch out for his material under the name Caribou as well - he had to change it on account of some legal beef of some sort... Crazy The Leaf Label LP
Caribou The Milk Of Human Kindness Non Record Store Day repress of The Milk Of Human Kindness on black vinyl + CD. Dan Snaith's first album under his Caribou guise after a lawsuit made him change his artist name from Manitoba because a New York punk band got there first. The first thing you notice about The Milk of Human Kindness is the emotional depth and range. The bear masks are off, the naked passions are running free. Like a lost album that’s just been rediscovered in a basement for the first time since 1973, it’s part reflective, campfire-comedown, part rampage of sonic discovery, reveling in energy and motion. The Leaf Label LP
Caribou Our Love Sixth studio album from Dan Snaith, featuring collaborations with Jessy Lanza and Owen Pallett. Since 2010's acclaimed Swim, Dan's toured the world DJing for Radiohead, released an album under his dancefloor-loving Daphni moniker and now returns to Caribou with a soulful offering - digital pop, hip hop beats, garagey rhythms and house basslines. City Slang CD | LP
Caribou Swim Canadian Dan Snaith's third album as Caribou. Swirling, atmospheric worlds meet stripped and purified beats with dreamy vocals, epic stuff to say the least. Essential follow up to the Polaris Prize Winning 'Andorra'. www.myspace.com/cariboumanitoba City Slang CD | LP
Caribou / Daphni Mars - Head High remixes Two remixes of Caribou's Mars by Head High aka Shed aka WK7 aka WAX! The afro-inflected house cut was a highlight of the recent "Our Love" LP, and things only get better when Germany's hardest hitting producer gets involved. On the A-side, Head High's "Core" mix sticks fairly close to the original, but adds plenty of extra oomph for the mainroom crowd. The polyrhythmic beat is chopped up and reassembled into a frenzied afro breakbeat, while that exotic flute melody, pushed to the fore in the original, is filtered, reversed and burried in the middle of the percussion madness, making for an organic techno trip that's second to none. Flip the disc and prepare to get lost in the hypnotic beauty of Head High's "Venus" mix, an immersive incantation of skipping garage influenced beats, 90s rave stabs and ethereal pads. The infectious rhythm's certain to take care of your tapping toes, while those rave stabs, blasts of flute and psychedelic pads set your head spinning. Jiaolong 12"
Caribou / Daphni Our Love (single) Limited 12" of Our Love from Caribou's forthcoming album of the same name backed by his own Daphni mix on the flip. Jialong 12"
Caribou / Four Tet Melody Day Caribou’s classic anthem Melody Day out of stock for a long time, includes the legendary Four Tet Remix. CITY SLANG 7"
Caribou Start Breaking My Heart Non RSD reissue of Dan Sniaths ground breaking debut album on black vinyl. Originally released as Manitoba in 2001 this LP is now avaiilable under the Caribou name for the first time. His debut album, Start Breaking My Heart, is spliced with arcs of rainbow melody, hopscotch percussion patterns, and playground children laughing. Humanity and nature are strong threads through this album: beauty and mystery are revealed in the mundane and ordinary. It's kind of a distillation of those rare moments when you look around and feel a strange glow of contentment. The Leaf Label LP
Pick A Piper / Jeremy Greenspan / Caribou Lucid In Fjord New hand numbered 12" from Pick a Piper, the brainchild of Caribou live drummer Brad Weber, a collaborative project he shares with Angus Fraser, Dan Roberts and a few select others.Earlier this year the band released a self titled LP through the Mint label that captured perfectly their attempts to form dance music through polyrhythmic percussion, atmospheric sound design and loopy melodies. Two of the tracks from that LP have now been remixed by Caribou main man Dan Snaith and his good friend Jeremy Greenspan for the latest 12" from Phonica Whites. Greenspan attacks "Lucid In Fjords" with the sort of colourful perma building verve that makes it hard to believe this is his first official remix, whilst in Snaith's hands "Once Were Leaves" becomes something a lot more abstract - sounds weirdly like SALEM if you can remember them. Phonica White 12"