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“Blair Miskie and the Goods performed a sleek, catchy set of all original tunes. Front man Miskie fostered great rapport with the audience, pairing Buddy Holly's endearing awkwardness with mature rock sensibility. This guy really knows how to write a hook. And his lyrics! Murder, intoxication and psychoses-all wrapped up in glossy pop wrappers. Like cyanide in a bubble gum wrapper. The Goods delivered the goods, featuring technical but bluesy keys solos, Motown breakdowns and great chemistry overall. I'll be sure to pick up the band's new EP "Events Soon Forgotten." ”
“It’s been a five-month-long competition for Bread Envy, a pop-rock band representing London at the national level of Supernova’s “Break Your Band” contest. “We began competing in the preliminary rounds in early November at the London Music Hall,” Miskie says. “Over 100 bands from London and the surrounding area competed in a series of opening rounds while the winners advanced to the regional finals in January.” Next, they beat out 15 other bands in order to represent London in the national round — now they are one of 12 bands from across the country competing for the final prize.”
“What really struck me about [Blair Miskie and the Goods] was their competence. These are a group of guys who each know exactly what they're doing...”