Almost three years have passed between the first 7″ release of NYPC’s anthemic “Ice Cream” and Fantastic Playroom, the UK quintet’s debut full-length. Not much has changed. Eighties-infused indie-dance is still huge, and NYPC is still at the top of the heap with their catchy blend of new wave and synth-funk. Playroom‘s success lies in its adherence to a sound, both polished and loose-synths harmonize with choppy post-punk guitar riffs, and clean beats give way to grubby, syncopated basslines. All the while Tahita Bulmer’s sensuous vocals keep each track bounding forward with the fervor of Delta 5 and the dynamic spark of The B-52’s. Playroom is an energetic romp of an album from start to finish.