Caribou was fucking brilliant. The one-man, moody, atmospheric trip pop, elegant and beautiful in its own right, was kicked in the balls with a stout dose of rock. Lead Caribou, Daniel Snaith, moved from drum kit to synthesizer and sampler assisting a full-time drummer (that had some serious chops), bass player, and guitarist. The show was rhythm heavy with the drummers pounding out trance-like beats together and sometimes dueling – adding power to the recognized studio versions of “Found Out” and “Sun” to name a few. The music was expansive and loud weaving through extended interludes and jams, bleeding most songs from one into the other seamlessly. The brooding and hypnotic music was infused with ear-splitting power by the live band and augmented by a simple, yet engaging and epilepsy inducing light show. Bra-fuckin-vo!