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James Robbins (best known as J. Robbins) is an American rock music artist. He began his career as a bassist for Government Issue, and has also led four of his own bands: Jawbox, Rollkicker Laydown, Burning Airlines, and Channels. He was a touring bassist for Scream and played bass on the debut 7" from Jack Potential, which was issued by DeSoto Records in 1993. More recently he played bass in Report Suspicious Activity with Vic Bondi, which released 2 albums on Alternative Tentacles Records. Robbins is also a successful producer and engineer for bands such as Ponytail, Clutch (and sideproject The Bakerton Group), Jets to Brazil, Hey Mercedes, Shiner, Mock Orange, The Pauses, The Life and Times, Miranda Sound, Time Spent Driving, Faraquet, The Dismemberment Plan, The Monorchid, The Promise Ring, Dwindle, Pilot to Gunner, Paint it Black, None More Black, Jawbreaker, Against Me!, Goodbye Soundscape, Modern Life is War, Stapleton, Murder By Death, mewithoutYou, Black Cross (hardcore), Lemuria, Caustic Casanova, The Sword, Debate (from Sao Paulo, Brazil), Coliseum, Hammer No More the Fingers, Small Brown Bike, Broadcaster and Nakatomi Plaza. In 2007, Robbins' son Callum was diagnosed with spinal muscular atrophy, an incurable nerve disorder. A number of benefit shows for Callum Robbins have been organized and played in cities such as Chicago, Washington DC, Minneapolis, and New York. In 2011, Robbins, along with Kerosene 454's drummer and fellow Channels bandmate Darrek Zentek, bassist Brooks Harlan, and guitarist/cellist Gordon Withers, released an EP under the name Office of Future Plans.[1] The band, who had been playing since 2009 [2], opened one of the reunion shows of The Dismemberment Plan
The Dismemberment Plan
in late January 2011.[3] Office of Future Plans released an album on Dischord Records in November 2011, but as of October 2016, they are not together anymore.[2] In an interview on Conan Neutron's Protonic Reversal in August 2017, Robbins revealed that he is finishing a full length recording that will be released in 2018.[3] References[edit]

^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2014-11-07. Retrieved 2013-10-16.  ^ "A Q&A with former Jawbox frontman J. Robbins". clatl.com. 29 October 2016. Retrieved 17 March 2017.  ^ "Interview with J. Robbins on Protonic Reversal". radionope.com. 8 August 2017. Retrieved 15 January 2018. 

External links[edit]

J. Robbins producer/engineer and Magpie Cage Recording Studio - Official website. Office of Future Plans - Official band website. Interview with J Robbins on Aural States (Oct 2009) Interview with Robbins and his new band, Channels, from Punk Planet 64 Interview with Robbins from punknews.org Interview with Robbins from Sound Bites Dog E-Zine Benefit drive for Cal Robbins Conan Neutron's Protonic Reversal - Ep96: J. Robbins

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Jawbox

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Studio albums

Grippe (1991) Novelty (1992) For Your Own Special Sweetheart
For Your Own Special Sweetheart
(1994) Jawbox (1996)

Singles

"Savory" (1994)

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