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Formerly known as Manitoba
Dan Snaith (London, UK)
Dan Snaith is a Canadian musician now based in London, who has recorded as Manitoba, Caribou and Daphni.
Snaith initially recorded under the name Manitoba, but changed to Caribou in 2004 under threat of a lawsuit by Richard "Handsome Dick" Manitoba, formerly of punk band The Dictators. His previous full-length albums were re-released under the new moniker, and The Milk of Human Kindness, his first album under the new name, was released in 2005.
His 2007 album Andorra was named the winner of the 2008 Polaris Music Prize, and his DJ-influenced 2010 album Swim was on the 2010 Polaris shortlist.
In December 2011 Caribou curated the All Tomorrow's Parties "Nightmare Before Christmas" festival in Minehead, England alongside co-curators Battles and Les Savy Fav.
He released his first album as Daphni in 2012.
- 20th anniversary vinyl reissues
- Caribou reissues for Record Store Day
- Leaf on Beat Delete
- BBC Radio 1 'Label Of Love' feature online now
- Leaf outlet store
- Roll The Dice Confirmed For ATP, Live Session Filmed For Swedish TV
- Oh No Ono Dream Up New Video
- Oh No Ono And Efterklang Remix Swap
- New Leaf Shop Opens Virtual Doors
- Free Oh No Ono Remix
- Oh No Ono EP, European Tour, Video Game And Bear In Heaven Remix
- Oh No Ono Announce Caribou Remix And SXSW
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