New York's trio Oxford Collapse, fronted by
guitarist and vocalist Michael Pace,
debuted with neurotic dance-pop reminiscent of the new wave on
Some Wilderness (Kanine, 2004), but the virulent and angular style of
Good Ground (2005) already displayed a broader set of influences
harking back to noise-rock and college-pop of the 1980s as well as to
Pavement's lo-fi rock of the 1990s.
A smoother production took away whatever edge their sound had on
Remember The Night Parties (2006).
What was left on Bits (2008) was faceless intellectual folk-pop.
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