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Ice Cream Cathedral — at Hulen, in Bergen, Norway, May 28, 2014

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at Hulen, in Bergen, Norway, May 28, 2014


Feb 06, 2015

Ice Cream Cathedral’s new video for Sudden Anatomy cut “The Calk Line” is a kaleidoscopic swirl of images that range from the world inside the body to the vast reaches of space. More

Listen: Under the Radar’s Weekly Playlist Featuring Wye Oak, Titus Andronicus, Slow Club, and More

Plus Tracks from Wunder Wunder, Ashrae Fax, Coldplay Remixed by AlunaGeorge, The Rosebuds, Anand Wilder of Yeasayer, Hooray for Earth, Kan Wakan, and Others

Jul 03, 2014

Welcome to Under the Radar’s weekly playlist, where we compile the best and most exciting tracks to debut online in the last week (give or take). Because it’s a short work week and a holiday weekend, less new tracks of note debuted this week. So this mix features some of the last week’s best new tracks, but also features other tracks from recent months that we liked. Included are songs by Wye Oak, Wunder Wunder, Ashrae Fax, Titus Andronicus, The Rosebuds, Ice Cream Cathedral, Ought, Childhood, Slow Club, Boxed In, Coldplay remixed by AlunaGeorge, Anand Wilder (of Yeasyer), and more. More

May 30, 2014

On Wednesday, May 28, Ice Cream Cathedral performed in at Hulen in Bergen, Norway. More

Mar 03, 2014

Last weekend, from Feb 26, March 1, was the by:Larm Festival in Oslo, Norway. Photographer Thor Møller was there. Check out his shots from day two of the festival, featuring Ice Cream Cathedral, Jenny Wilson, Linkoban, Sea Change, The Wolves, Tove Lo, and Vilde Tuv. More

Feb 25, 2014

We’re on our way to Oslo for by:Larm. In honor of the festival, we asked a few of the musicians performing to compile a mixtape. Today’s entry is from the deliciously named Ice Cream Cathedral. More


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Body Builders

Jun 17, 2014

Ice Cream Cathedral (Anja T. Lahrmann, Kristian Paulsen, and Anders Bach) call their music “space pop.” It’s a good place to start, since very little about the Danish trio’s music feels terrestrial. More


Jul 09, 2014

If you’re not familiar with this Danish group, run to YouTube and find their brilliant “The Swans” video: the nine-minute space opera finds our spacemen-musicians landing their ship on a strange planet and confronting a monster-sized puppy, like something out of a Roger Corman film. More