Caribou's "Andorra," an album creator Dan Snaith said he made "at home in a bedroom," has won the third Canadian Polaris Music Prize.

The gala, which was held in Toronto at the Phoenix Concert Theatre last night (Sept. 29), saw performances by nominees including alt-country singer Kathleen Edwards, cerebral rockers The Weakerthans, rapper Shad and Vancouver psych rockers Black Mountain.

But it was Caribou, one of ten nominated acts, that took home the $20,000 Canadian ($19,096) prize for a full-length Canadian album. The album, which appeared on Merge in North America and City Slang in Europe, has won accolades for its inventive style, which merges electronica with sprightly late-sixties psych.

"I feel lucky and proud to be included in such an incredible list of musicians and albums," Snaith said while accepting the award.

Snaith has been recording as Caribou since he was forced to drop his previous moniker, Manitoba, under threat of a lawsuit in 2004. “Andorra” is his second full-length album under the Caribou name, following 2005's "Milk of Human Kindness."

Previous winners of the Polaris Prize include Montreal-based Patrick Watson (2007) and Final Fantasy in the award's inaugural year.