New York University
Daniela Sea
(Movies & TV)
Aaron Cometbus
(Video Games)

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Blake Schwarzenbach

Knowledge Identifier: +Blake_Schwarzenbach


Blake Schwarzenbach

American musician add

Category: Music

Born in 1967.

Countries: United States (31%), California (31%), (15%)

Main connections: New York University, California, Daniela Sea

Linked to: Facebook, Hunter College, Starbucks, Crossroads School




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Blake Schwarzenbach was born in 1967 add something


He attended New York University between 1985 and 1991, including a two-quarter stint at UC Santa Cruz, California in 1985 add something


Jawbreaker formed in 1988 after Blake Schwarzenbach and drummer Adam Pfahler responded to a flyer that bassist Chris Bauermeister posted in a New York University dorm cafeteria add something


The band played their first show as "Jawbreaker" on March 16, 1989 at Club 88 in Los Angeles, CA add something


He received a Bachelor of Arts degree from NYU in English literature and creative writing in 1991 add something


Jawbreaker disbanded in the summer of 1996 add something


Their last show was on May 19, 1996 at the Capitol Theater in Olympia, Washington , WA add something


During the summer of 1997, Schwarzenbach worked as a freelance writer and contributed several reviews of video games for GameSpot add something


Schwarzenbach formed the indie band Jets to Brazil in 1997 with Jeremy Chatelain of Handsome and Chris Daly of Texas is the Reason add something


Jets to Brazil released three albums before disbanding after their summer tour in 2003 add something


On March 27, 2003, Blake gave an antiwar speech, entitled "See How We Are", to a crowd assembled in Washington Square Park following a student walkout add something


Blake was involved in some efforts of Punk Voter leading up to the 2004 U.S. presidential election add something


In October 2004, he wrote a "guest column" called "Empires" on Punk Voter's website add something


In October 2008, Blake revealed that he recently started writing music for a "as-yet-unnamed group" with drummer Aaron Cometbus and bassist Daniela Sea, formerly of the Gr'ups and Cypher In The Snow, but best known for her recurring role on television's "The L Word" add something


As of November 2008, the group has played a couple of shows in Brooklyn, with videos and reviews available online add something


In early 2009, Cometbus left the band quietly add something


On August 23, 2009, Blake announced via Facebook information on his new band, forgetters add something


After a European tour in spring of 2011, bass player Caroline Paquita announced her departure from the band on her blog, declining to comment further add something


On April 19, 2017, Jawbreaker announced that they were reuniting after a 21-year hiatus, and has since performed numerous live shows add something