Oxford Collapse: Remember The Night Parties


Brooklyn rockers Oxford Collapse are back with their third release – and first with their new record label Sub Pop – Remember the Night Parties. With a fresh indie spirit, Oxford Collapse mix some math rock in, creating a sound much like Joy Division and Sonic Youth mixed with more indie-pop influences. “Loser City” especially shows off these influences in their instrumentals, as Michael Pace’s vocals are bouncy and unique to the point of almost sounding British at times. “For the Khakis and the Sweatshirts” and “Kenny Can’t Afford It” are other standouts.  However, although Remember the Night Parties feels repetitive by the end, it’s safe to say that Oxford Collapse have by no means a bad album.

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