Ah the "DC MUSIC SCENE" SUcks again.
So Steve Bowes points out to me this site This person goes through and rips on myself and most of my friends, but the kicker is this passage:
Now, Rotoscope are a bit different. They are the classic example of a band that is a great idea in theory, but just doesn’t deliver. I will give them credit for trying to do something unique and trying to break some music ground and tread new territory. Unfortunately, they left songwriting behind. The singer’s voice is very average, and with the exception of one song (can’t find it now, due to their awesome rotating song of the week on their website), everything is just devoid of melody. I don’t know why some people equate experimental music and breaking genre lines with not writing a good song. Unless you are going for all-style (which never works), you need to have some memorable songs, good melodies and hooks. I’m not saying you have to run the major scale and play Britney Spears bubblegum pop, but do something memorable.
Left the songwriting behind? Right. That’s why one of top people at ASCAP told our producer that “One Day” was a hit single. Rotating Song of the week? We haven’t changed the mp3s on the mp3 post site or our site in months.
And obviously, if this individual is so knowledgeable in all things music, then obviously he/she/it has gotten signed and writes perfect songs and is every cirtic’s darling.
Oh, right. That doesn’t happen in reality. Wake up, kid. I’ll go back to my piss poor singing of medicore material while i headline IOTA with the Pharmacy Prophets. I figure if you wasted enough breath writing that epistle, then Steve, Phil, and I must be doing something right.