Oxford Collapse playing in Barcelona
|Origin||New York City|
|Past members||Yong Sing da Silva
Oxford Collapse first released a limited press self-titled EP for the HCR label in 2002.
Shortly after they signed to Kanine Records, a label based in New York City/Brooklyn, where they released their first full-length album Some Wilderness in April 2004. This was followed by a remix of a track from the album titled "Melting the Ice Queen" in July of that year.
The band then signed to indie label Sub Pop, where they released Remember The Night Parties in October 2006. The album earned a 7.9 out of 10 from Pitchfork Media, who also rated "Please Visit Your National Parks" 96th in their year-end "Top 100 Tracks of 2006" feature.
In June 2009, the band announced their split after eight years together. 
Mike Pace has subsequently gone on to form the band The Child Actors, who released their first single in March 2012.
- Some Wilderness (2004) Kanine Records
- A Good Ground (2005) Kanine Records
- Remember the Night Parties (2006) Sub Pop
- Bits (2008) Sub Pop
- Oxford Collapse (EP) (2002) HRC
- Songs for the Singers of Panthers (7", 2002) Discoloration Records
- Melting the Ice Queen (remix) (12", 2004) Kanine Records
- The Hann-Byrd EP (12", 2008) Comedy Minus One
- "Decking the Classics" (2006, Version City)
- "Please Visit Your National Parks" (2006) Sub Pop
- "Spike of Bensonhurst" (2008, Flameshovel)
- "The Birthday Wars" (2008, Sub Pop)
- "Young Love Delivers" (2008, Sub Pop)
- "Oxford Collapse & Joggers split 7"" (2009, Cocktail Partner)
- "Oxford Collapse Break Up". Pitchfork. 2009-06-22. Retrieved 2009-08-17.
- "The Child Actors – “Summer Lawns” & “McKinley” (Stereogum Premiere)". Stereogum. 2012-03-06. Retrieved 2013-01-14.
- Oxford Collapse on Myspace
- Pitchfork review of Remember the Night Parties
- Remember the Night Parties at Metacritic
- Pitchfork review of A Good Ground
- Oxford Collapse interview at StereoSubversion.com
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