'If Robbie and The Robots are as delightful and fun as their album suggests, the results are undeniably a rockin' good time.' --Ashley Cass of Newstreamz.com 'Whatever "robots" the multi-talented Robbie Doyen assembles are sure to make some good music.' --Hap Mansfield of Newstreamz.com 'Groups like Robbie and the Robots come around only once in a while: Usually at a time when you find yourself stuffing more and more bar napkins into your ears and thinking, 'they all sound alike.' The Robots are carefully clumsy, tastefully raw and their lyrics are a good reason to remove the napkin plugs, lest the semi-sweet but dark humor, fly right by.' --Mark Kneubuhl from San Angelo LIVE! 'Local musician Robbie Doyen of Robbie and the Robots recently released a showcase of local San Marcos talent on a compilation CD entitled 'SMTX 78666.' This compilation features no less than 19 different local bands and all proceeds go to benefit Fibromyalgia research.'--Sarah Stevens from Newstreamz.com "Their show is going to be great. It's totally super-fun music, great melodies and debauched lyrics," Howard said. "You'll feel really dirty after listening to the lyrics, but I promise you - it's worth it." -Andrew Howard of Rockus Circus 2004: Number 1 Alternative band in Austin Number 5 Best Party Band in Austin Number 1 Best Acoustic Guitar Player in Austin 2005: Number 2 Alternative band in Austin Number 5 Best Party Band in Austin -The Edge Magazine: San Antonio "Todaysterday is a great album for those who love genuinely creative and incredibly witty rock and roll music." -G*: The San Marcos Scene: San Marcos, TX "I fell in love with this band back in the summer. I was already mesmerized with childlike glee and excitement before they even started to play. You see, on stage, they set up a tent and campfire. They hang a giant moon and some stars. Then the lights go dim and then they start to play some of the cleverest, wry, funny shit you've ever heard." -Amanda Newman from Boca Tinta in Dallas, TX "A delighful mix of surf-rock, geek-rock, and pretty much every other kind of rock." -Jennifer Pollack from the San Marcos Scene: San Marcos, TX "He bounces around the stage aimlessly like a doped-up Richard Simmons with scraggly, uncombed hair. His songs make sweet pop music magic in a Beach Boys-meets-Weezer-meets-The Go Go's sort of way." -Jeff Walker from the University Star: San Marcos, TX.