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Album Review

This six-track (plus one video) EP peculiarly sums up two of New Young Pony Club's first three singles, released from 2004 through 2006. "Ice Cream," their first A-side (used for a 2006 Intel commercial), is included, as is the dance mix of "Get Lucky" and a B-side, but "The Get Go" (which is at least the equal of the other two A-sides) is not. Instead, there are three remixes of "Ice Cream." While everything is enjoyable, it's frustrating that this wasn't a tidy, all-inclusive compilation of New Young Pony Club's releases up to their first album. Nonetheless, this is a small serving of sharp, playfully detached indie pop that owes much to early B-52's, the Waitresses, Bush Tetras, Romeo Void, and even Elastica. That it's also kind of a tease makes some degree of sense.

Customer Reviews


Hell yes brothers and sisters, NYPC is now on iTunes US! If you have already tasted this scoop of fun, well what else can say? If not you’re in for a treat, enjoy!

Only the beginning

Glad to see NYPC tracks are starting to come to the US iTunes store... Keep an eye on this band as they'll be one of the new super crews of 2007... I caught them at their US premiere in Brooklyn and their live show is even better with the sounds and atmosphere...

Gimme summa dat ice cream

I am so glad this is finally on itunes. U may have heard "Ice Cream" on the latest Intel commercial, but I wouldnt buy the whole album bcuz I dont think all the remixes are worth it.


Formed: 2004 in London, England

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

The London dance-rock group New Young Pony Club initially featured Tahita Bulmer (vocals), Andy Spence (guitar), Igor Volk (bass), Lou Hayter (keyboards), and Sarah Jones (drums). Inspired by LCD Soundsystem, the Stranglers, and Gang of Four, the band arrived with the release of the Ice Cream 7" in February 2005. The limited-edition pressing of 1,000 copies sold out in just three days, fueling New Young Pony Club's growing popularity among the U.K. music press and chic blogs. A deal with Modular...
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