• Caribou To Play Dublin Next Week

    Caribou’s Dublin show is back on. Following the postponement of the January 19th date, the Canadian producer and musician – aka Dan Snaith – will perform at Dublin’s Vicar Street on Tuesday, February 1st. Original tickets remain valid. Both as Caribou and in the guise of Daphni, Snaith has played Dublin a number of times over the years, including a show at Vicar Street back in 2014.

  • Caribou Set For Vicar Street Return

    Caribou is coming back to Vicar Street. The Canadian composer, otherwise Dan Snaith, will return to play Dublin venue on January 19, 2022. Marking the first Caribou show there since 2014 (and what a show it was), it comes a few months ahead of a date at Iveagh Gardens in the summer of 2022. Tickets go on sale on Friday (July 2nd) at 9am.

  • Caribou Set For Iveagh Gardens

    Dan Snaith aka Caribou is set to make his Irish return next year. Doubling up as the first announcement for the series next summer, the Canadian artist will play Iveagh Gardens on Saturday, July 11th. It’s the penultimate date in a string of 2020 dates for Caribou. Tickets go on sale on Friday morning. Stream a new track ‘Home’ below.

  • Caribou – Our Love

    Most adults have, at one stage or another, suffered from a broken heart. A thoroughly miserable life experience, the majority of us deal with it by ingesting copious amounts of chocolate, moping around the place feeling sorry for ourselves and – if you’re The Thin Air, at least – drinking ourselves into pointless oblivion in pubs. Dan Snaith clearly does things a bit differently, channelling what has been – if the lyrics are anything to go by – a period of considerable emotional turmoil into the ten songs that make up his fourth LP under the Caribou moniker (after two…

  • In Photos: Body & Soul – Sunday

    Of Montreal, Caribou, Max Romeo and East India Youth were amongst the acts that closed this year’s Body & Soul Festival at the enchanting Ballinlough Castle, Co. Westmeath. Isabel Thomas delivers her third and final photo set featuring some great performances and moments from throughout the final day and night.

  • First acts announced for Body & Soul 2014

    Canadian musician Caribou, American singer-songwriter John Grant and London-based electronic producer Jon Hopkins (pictured) are amongst the first acts announced for this year’s Body & Soul Festival. Taking place at Ballinlough Castle, Co. Westmeath during the summer solstice weekend of June 20-22, the first wave of acts to the play the festival also include Goldfrapp, Darkside, Mount Kimbie and Buraka Som Sistema. See below for the current poster for Body & Soul 2014. Varying in price and description, go here to buy tickets for the festival.