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Robby Suavé the Shirt: Da Return

Everyone I Know Is an Alcoholic shirtsSo “Everyone I Know Is an Alcoholic” to the world now. Before, it was relegated to owners of Rock Band 2, Rock Band 3, or Rock Band Blitz on Xbox 360. Now, anyone with an Internet connection can listen to it. That’s awesome. To heighten the experience of listening to it, I have designed multiple types of shirts in multiple colors featuring the Jack Daniel’s motif as featured in the digital single cover art on

You can get the design on a basic t-shirt, a long-sleeved t-shirt, a sweatshirt, a unisex tank top, or a flowy/girly tank top. As I mentioned in the first paragraph, they come in multiple colors. Wherever possible, I made black, purple, and green color options. And the girly tank top is available in neon pink, because…why not?

These will be available for sale until next Monday, so order now! I mean, you know, if you want to.


New Single! Everyone I Know Is an Alcoholic

Everyone I Know Is an Alcoholic
As the days go by, I become more and more legit, for better or for worse. It’s not very punk, rebel, or renegade to release a single, but…whatever. You’re going to be able to listen to my super popular hit (in Rock Band) song “Everyone I Know Is an Alcoholic” very soon! At the end of this blog post, you’ll find links to stream and/or download it. Continue reading “New Single! Everyone I Know Is an Alcoholic”

Robby Suavé the Hooded Sweatshirt!

Eagle Hooded Sweatshirt
You guys have been hounding me for Robby Suavé lunchboxes and action figures (and flamethrowers!), but I’m not quite there yet. I presented Robby Suavé the T-Shirt! a couple months ago, and now you have your chance to get Robby Suavé the Zip-Up Hooded Sweatshirt! Very fancy! Super-fan Sead, you’ve been wanting this. Like with the t-shirt, you’re able to get it through Teespring’s campaign-based sales period. The deadline is this coming Tuesday, November 17th.

I’ve posted about this regularly on Facebook and Twitter, but I neglected to hype up this opportunity here on So if you’re interested, head on over to Teespring and buy one! One of these days, I hope to get the lunchboxes, action figures, and flamethrowers manufactured. Until then, we’ll have to take baby steps to get to the REALLY cool stuff. Not that this sweatshirt isn’t cool. It is pretty cool, don’t you think? Baby steps, baby steps…

Click, tap, kick, or punch here to order your Robby Suavé Zip-Up Eagle Hooded Sweatshirt now!

Robby Suavé the T-Shirt!

I just launched a Teespring campaign for a Robby Suavé t-shirt you can all buy. Do you like this? This marks the first time anyone has been able to buy a physical Robby Suavé product. I’ve been buying and wearing my own branded apparel for almost 10 years now. There’s been 2 hooded sweatshirts and 5 or 6 t-shirt designs that I made purely for myself. I haven’t had any made in years. I think the last one was this one, which I may make available for sale if this shirt garners enough interest:

Continue reading “Robby Suavé the T-Shirt!”

Back in Business!

Did you notice that this site was down for a while? Yeah, that was unfortunate…I’m not completely sure what the root cause of it was, but my server got infected, and I had to clean what was probably thousands of files. That may sound like a huge undertaking, but it was mostly just deleting a bunch of files I didn’t even need anymore. The biggest problem was finding out why the site was taken down and working with the host to get it taken care of. That took, what, 2 weeks to fix? Geez.

It’s always bad to have your site die unexpectedly, but it happened right as I launched Punk Rebel Renegade. It’s a collection of songs unheard by pretty much anyone that I recorded 4 years ago. Even though it’s old to me, it’s just as new to you as Heat Stroke was to anybody. But since it is technically a 2011 album, I didn’t want to start a huge hype train for it anyway.

I’m going to talk more about Punk Rebel Renegade in a future post, but I just wanted to announce that is back, and I’ll be working on overhauling the Music page and adding Punk Rebel Renegade to it. I need to figure out how I’m going to organize this site now that there’s some content to actually organize. I think I’ll have lyrics, download purchase links, etc. all on the Music page instead of having a separate Lyrics page. Maybe I’ll add tabs too. Ha.

Heat Stroke Is Here!

It’s the moment you’ve all been waiting for, my new album Heat Stroke is now available! This is essentially my first time releasing an album, even though I’ve recorded a handful before. I don’t know when exactly it will be available for streaming on Spotify or go live on iTunes and all that, but today is the day. I will update this post with links as I become aware of them. Buy it, stream it, steal it, or even ignore it!

Amazon MP3 $8.99
Bandcamp $6.00 (or more, if you think it’s worth it)
iTunes $9.90
SoundCloud FREE!
Spotify FREE!
YouTube FREE!

If you have any feedback, leave it below in the comments or wherever else. I’m definitely curious to see what people think about these songs. Enjoy!

Update: So there are now working links to the above services. Earlier in the day, the YouTube playlist only had 2 or 3 viewable videos; they were set as private still. Oops. Another thing of note is that there’s a typo for track 3 on iTunes. I hope it isn’t a big deal to get that fixed, but I’ve alerted the people who need to know.

Heat Stroke Incoming in Four Days!

Can you believe it? My new album, Heat Stroke, will hit the Internet for anyone and everyone to buy, stream, steal, or ignore in just four days! You can read my past posts about the recording of the album here. I’m still working on what I hope to be an elaborate, yet concise, retrospective about the album. I want to explain each song a little bit and how it fits into what I wanted Heat Stroke to be. I realize it’s probably futile to do that without sounding pretentious, but I’m doing my best with it. As for when I’ll be done with it and post it here, I’m not sure. Originally, I wanted to post it before Heat Stroke was released, but then I realized that would be weird. Then I thought maybe the release date would be good. That’s certainly a better option, but I think I’ll wait a week or so after release. That’s January 27th, if you forgot. Continue reading “Heat Stroke Incoming in Four Days!”

Heat Stroke Releases January 27th!

Here’s the announcement you’ve been waiting for. My new album, Heat Stroke, will be available everywhere January 27th! Really, everywhere. Buy the whole album. Buy a song or two. Stream all the songs to your heart’s content. However you want to listen to it, it’s going to be available. Well, it won’t be available on vinyl. It’s kind of risky to get those made unless you know you’re going to be able to sell a lot.

So I can’t do vinyl, but I want to do CDs, if all goes as planned. I would love to do a small run of CDs for anyone who would want one, as well as myself. But I don’t want to hang on to a bunch of my own CDs forever. The trick is that the more I get made, the cheaper they will be, technically. If I order 50, I’ll get a pretty nice deal. But yeah, can I sell 50 CDs? Would anyone interested in one? I would sell them for as little as possible. For US shipments, I could probably ship one for $10 including shipping costs.

Another plan I have is to throw out some codes to download Heat Stroke for free and/or a discount through Bandcamp. But I have to say I’m curious to see if I could make any sales, so I don’t want to give out free codes all over the place. Especially if I get CDs made, this whole Heat Stroke master/distribution project is going to cost me a somewhat large sum of money. I have absolutely no chance of even making my money back, but I wouldn’t mind getting a little back. I’m not looking to make a profit, in other words.

By the way, I have also created a digital press kit for Heat Stroke. It’s a password protected page with a streaming version of the album, some information about it, hi-res version of the album cover, etc. So if you’re in the biz of reviewing albums, let’s talk.

So yeah, just over 2 weeks until Heat Stroke comes out. I’m pretty excited. It’s officially in the pipeline to go to iTunes, Amazon, Spotify, Beats, etc. as of today, January 12th. So at this point, I’m probably more nervious than excited. There’s no going back from here.

Stay tuned for a cool retrospective on recording the album. I’m not sure what it’s going to contain, but I want it to be as thorough as possible. Maybe some outtakes, alternate versions of the album cover, live “rehearsals,” and whatever else. I’ve never done anything like that before, so I don’t know how successful a semi-elaborate retrospective would be. But, I guess we’ll see…