With his latest album, Swim, Caribou's polymath producer, Dan Snaith, largely ditches the psych-pop of previous albums, dips his toes into Arthur Russell's downtown NYC dance waters, and comes up with some ecstatically moving, moody electro. Snaith combines electronic and acoustic elements into a fluid sound that's as warm and inviting as it is dark and deep. Live, he performs with a four-piece band—two drummers, keyboards, guitars, and "a pile of instruments"—and his diverse but consistently quality repertoire can take audiences from the nocturnal thump of the nightclub to the sunny fields of a summer festival with the turn of a song. (Neumos, 925 E Pike St, 709-9467. 8 pm, $13, 21+.)