Caribou @ Webster Hall NYC

  • Caribou @ Webster Hall NYC
    POSTED Nov 20 2014




    In somewhat of a throwback to the #DeepHouse of the early 2000’s, some of our fave Canadians Caribou tore up the East Village’s Webster Hall last week as the Fall air turned wintery in New York.

    Caribou have slotted right back into popularity since the release of Our Love earlier this year, post four-year hiatus, riding off the success of their previous album, Swim, playing two sold-out and highly coveted shows at Webster Hall, with ticket scalpers asking 4 times the ticket cost.

    Support act & featured artist on the latest album, Jessy Lanza melted the crowd with her soft, feminine vocals when she appeared in ultra fem/girl-next-door attire for Second Chance, but the pace quickly picked up again for tracks like All I Ever Need, which featured a heavy dance-finish, and the title track off this year’s album, Our Love which got appropriately deep.

    Featuring all the latest hits from Our Love, the set wouldn’t have been complete without making the noisy crowd wait for the bangers Odessa & Sun from Swim, which both had Webster Hall jumping and begging for more. Or was that, more deep-house, less EDM?

    For a taste of the beautiful light-show (not so much for the sound), check out this video of Caribou performing ‘Back Home’ at Webster Hall.



     

    -Leilani Williams

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In somewhat of a throwback to the #DeepHouse of the early 2000’s, some of our fave Canadians Caribou tore up the East Village’s Webster Hall last week as the Fall air turned wintery in New York.

Caribou have slotted right back into popularity since the release of Our Love earlier this year, post four-year hiatus, riding off the success of their previous album, Swim, playing two sold-out and highly coveted shows at Webster Hall, with ticket scalpers asking 4 times the ticket cost.

Support act & featured artist on the latest album, Jessy Lanza melted the crowd with her soft, feminine vocals when she appeared in ultra fem/girl-next-door attire for Second Chance, but the pace quickly picked up again for tracks like All I Ever Need, which featured a heavy dance-finish, and the title track off this year’s album, Our Love which got appropriately deep.

Featuring all the latest hits from Our Love, the set wouldn’t have been complete without making the noisy crowd wait for the bangers Odessa & Sun from Swim, which both had Webster Hall jumping and begging for more. Or was that, more deep-house, less EDM?

For a taste of the beautiful light-show (not so much for the sound), check out this video of Caribou performing ‘Back Home’ at Webster Hall.



 

-Leilani Williams

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