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Another year ends, and another Scene Point Blank year-end feature rolls around. This time though we're firing on all cylinders - the site has relaunched, we've recruited new staff, and we've spoken to a record number of participants for our annual Pass The Mic report for 2010 - 50 bands, labels and industry contributors have offered their thoughts on the past twelve months in music for our humble webzine.

This year we asked our subjects about their favorites of the past year; their musical memories of 2010, things they're excited about for 2011, and questions about the future of CD, vinyl, word-of-mouth and more. Read on for an insight about the last year from the other side of the stage.

New this year: a handy jump menu below each article so you can skip to different writeups. Enjoy!

- the SPB team

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Words by the SPB team on Jan. 3, 2011, 7:57 p.m.

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Pass The Mic: Record Labels and Artists on 2010

Posted on Jan. 3, 2011, 7:57 p.m.

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  1. Aaron Bridgewater (As They Sleep)
  2. Adam (Withdrawal)
  3. Andrew Seward (Against Me!)
  4. Ben Crew (In Defence)
  5. Ben Weasel
  6. Benjamin Gallaty (Andrew Jackson Jihad)
  7. Brent Eyestone (Magic Bullet Records / Forensics / Aughra / Meditative Sect)
  8. Brian (Seven Sisters Of Sleep)
  9. Brian and John (Shores)
  10. Chris (Caulfield)
  11. Chris (The Flatliners)
  12. Clifford Dinsmore (Dusted Angel, formerly of Gargantula, Spaceboy and B'last!)
  13. Colin (Kingdom (Bel), Blind to Faith, Amen-ra)
  14. Dave Hause (Loved Ones)
  15. Davey Quinn (Tiltwheeel, Dan Padilla, Too Many Daves, International Dipshit)
  16. David (All Teeth)
  17. Domenic Romeo (Pulling Teeth/A389 Records)
  18. Dwid Hellion (Integrity, Roses Never Fade, Holy Terror Records)
  19. Geoff Rickly (Thursday)
  20. Greg (The Mezingers)
  21. Hugo (Sainte Catherines)
  22. Jason Zabby (Big Action Records)
  23. Javier Vanhuss (The Mistake)
  24. Jeff Rowe
  25. Jihad (12 Gauge Records)
  26. Joey (Old Man Markley)
  27. Joey (The Banner)
  28. John Cate (John Cate & The Van Gogh Brothers; Tunecore)
  29. Larry (Think Fast! Records)
  30. Lemuria, Bridge Nine Records, Death Before Dishonor, Foundation
  31. Matt Armstrong (Murder by Death)
  32. Michael (hellfish.com)
  33. Mike (Parasitic Skies)
  34. Mike (Son of Man)
  35. Mike Apocalypse (Gehenna, Sangraal, Devil)
  36. Mike Bachich (Nothing)
  37. Mike Riley (Pulling Teeth, Firestarter Records)
  38. Nat Rufus (Blacklist Royals)
  39. Nate (Banner Pilot)
  40. R.J (Magrudergrind)
  41. Rick Jimenez (This Is Hell)
  42. Robin Lane (Robin Lane and The Chartbusters)
  43. Ryan (Think Fast! Records)
  44. Ryan Patterson (Coliseum / Auxiliary Design Records)
  45. Simon (War From A Harlot's Mouth)
  46. T (Vegas, Roses Never Fade, Black Sun Valley)
  47. Tony Foresta (Municipal Waste, No Friends, Best Friends Day (Co Organizer))
  48. Trevor Reddell (Let Me Run)
  49. Ty Vaughn (Broadway Calls)
  50. Westin Glass (The Thermals)

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