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Caribou – Our Love (Daphni Mix)

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Dan Snaith’s Caribou gets remixed by… Dan Snaith’s Daphni! Below you can stream a more dancefloor-ready edit of “Our Love“, taken from Caribou’s forthcoming album of the same title, out on City Slang/Merge in early October.

Caribou – Can’t Do Without You (Tale Of Us & Mano Le Tough Remix)

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The track of this summer, Caribou’s Can’t Do Without You gets a great remix, which is a collaboration between Mano Le Tough and Tale Of Us. Out today on all digital stores. Original version will appear on the new Caribou album ‘Our Love‘, out on City Slang/Merge, early October.

Caribou – Can’t Do Without You

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Dan Snaith will release a new 10-track album as Caribou, entitled “Our Love”, on City Slang October 4th 2014 in Germany and October 6th 2014 in the UK/EU and on Merge October 7th 2014 in Canada and the United States. A press release describes Our Love as Caribou’s “most soulful record to date, chock-full of heartfelt lyrics and organic nature which cuts through bubbling synths and blissful euphoria of their synthetic construction.” It also features collaborations with Owen Pallett and Jessy Lanza.

The first taste is the irresistable “Can’t Do Without You”, which can be streamed below. Pre-order the new album digitally and get this song for free instantly.

Our Love Tracklist:
01. Can’t Do Without You
02. Silver
03. All I Ever Need
04. Our Love
05. Dive
06. Second Chance
07. Julia Brightly
08. Mars
09. Back Home
10. Your Love Will Set You Free

Video: Arcade Fire – Reflektor

Here’s video for Arcade Fire‘s catchy disco-infused track “Reflektor”, the first single from their forthcoming album of the same name, which was produced by LCD Soundsystem’s James Murphy and features David Bowie in the backing vocals. Directed by Anton Corbijn. Arcade Fire’s new album “Reflektor” arrives on October 29 via Merge. In case you missed it, check out the amazing interactive video for “Reflektor”, directed by Vincent Morisset, here, filmed in Jacmel, Haiti.