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Sunday music picks: Caribou, Burt Bacharach

Staff Writer
Austin 360

Caribou at Mohawk outdoor. “Our Love,” the new album by Canadian-born, London-based producer Dan Snaith, is rich with ornately textured electro-pop and gorgeous compositions that swirl around heady emotional flash points. On this jaunt he’s fleshing the songs out with a touring band, as he did a few years back when his crew served as openers for Radiohead. $20. 6:30 p.m. doors. 912 Red River St. mohawkaustin.com

Also: As part of a songwriting team with lyricist Hal David, Burt Bacharach left his mark on 20th-century music with dozens of pop classics, ranging from “Raindrops Keep Fallin’ on My Head” to “The Look of Love” to “I Say a Little Prayer.” Catch him in concert at the Long Center. … Mississippi singer-songwriter Paul Thorn, touring behind his new album “Too Blessed to Be Stresssed,” plays up north at the Roost. … Darin Layne celebrates the release of his new disc “Poison Flower” with guitar great David Pulkingham accompanying him at Strange Brew. … Moved to Sunday from the original Saturday date is a tree-lighting ceremony at The Domain with music from country singer Sunny Sweeney.