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Music: Pass The Mic: Record Labels and Artists on 2011

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Another year, and another Pass The Mic feature. As has become SPB tradition, we turn the tables on the music industry and ask labels, bands and other key figures about their experience of the past year, including favourite albums, bands, predictions and more. We have over 50 participants in this year's feature, including names like Brendan Kelly, Franz Nicolay, The Dwarves, Vinnie Fiorello, Shai Hulud,  Banner Pilot and Toby Jeg. Read on or use the handy dropdown picker below to navigate through the past 12 months as we pass the mic.

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Words by the SPB team on Jan. 2, 2012, 9:06 a.m.

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Pass The Mic: Record Labels and Artists on 2011

Posted on Jan. 2, 2012, 9:06 a.m.

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Pages in this feature:

  1. Aidan Baker (Nadja)
  2. Alex Hughes (Hatred Surge)
  3. Amy Oden (formerly of Hot Mess, producer/director of From the Back of the Room)
  4. Andre (Locrian & Land of Decay)
  5. Andrew Nolan (Column of Heaven)
  6. Andy Nelson (Paint It Black / Ceremony / Puerto Rico Flowers / TV Casualty)
  7. Andy Wounds (Abraxis / Clorox Bong)
  8. Aquatic Son (Midwest Konnect / Sway Heavy Records)
  9. BJ (Ancient Shores)
  10. Bobby Hussy (The Hussy / Kind Turkey Records / Bad Omens)
  11. Brendan Kelly (Lawrence Arms / The Falcon / Brendan Kelly and the Wandering Birds)
  12. Brian Elza (Czar)
  13. Chris (Caulfield)
  14. Chris Brock (Early Graves / The Funeral Pyre)
  15. Chris Matulich (Nothington)
  16. Colin H van Eeckhout (AMENRA / KINGDOM / BLINDTOFAITH / SEMBLERDEAH / CAAN)
  17. Curtis Grimstead (Rorschach Records / Best Friends Day)
  18. Daniel (Vestiges)
  19. Dave Drobach (Grabass Charlestons / No Idea Records Production Manager)
  20. Domenic Romeo (A389 Recordings / Pulling Teeth / Hatewaves)
  21. Eric Solomon (O Pioneers!!! / Black Clouds)
  22. Ethan McCarthy (Clinging to the Trees of a Forest Fire (CTTTOAFF))
  23. Franz Nicolay
  24. G. Thérèse Lanz (Mares of Thrace)
  25. Give Up (Artist / Horders / Sisster Sounds Records)
  26. Jacob Parmentier (Abernathy Designs)
  27. Jamie (Fist In The Air Records)
  28. Jamie Grimes (Drainland / stressball in chief at Suburban Mayhem Records)
  29. Johannes, Ole and Jonas (Heksed)
  30. Jonathan and Kimmi Ashwell (Flannel Gurl Records)
  31. Josh (Expire)
  32. Justin Smith (Vitriol Records / Graf Orlock / Dangers Ghostlimb)
  33. Kevin Beacham (Social Media Manager / Music Buyer / Rhymesayers / Fifth Element / DJ)
  34. Lasse (Dead Section Records)
  35. Matt Fox (Shai Hulud)
  36. Michael Britten, Music Ruins Lives
  37. Mike (Gehenna / The Lesser Key / Devil / Sangraal / Mother Fucking Titty Suckers, etc)
  38. Mike Riley (Pulling Teeth / Firestarter Records / Toxic Pop Records)
  39. Mustafa Daka (The Brokedowns / Vicelords / Los Muchachos Dos Hombres)
  40. Nate Gangelhoff (Banner Pilot / Gateway District)
  41. Nick Johnson (Banner Pilot)
  42. P.O.I. (Rot In Hell)
  43. Patrick Eaton (Old Problems)
  44. Paul Sunderland (Give Praise Records)
  45. Rennie Resmini (Starkweather)
  46. Roo Pescod (Bangers)
  47. Taylor Young (Twitching Tongues / Nails / Young Bros Recordings)
  48. The Dwarves (Greedy Media)
  49. Thom Wasluck / Planning For Burial / Music Ruins Lives
  50. Tim Browne (Elway)
  51. Tobias Jeg (Red Scare Industries)
  52. Todd Congelliere (Recess Records / Toys That Kill / Underground Railroad to Candyland / Stoned At Heart)
  53. Topon Das (Fuck The Facts)
  54. Vince Conriquez & William Cutts (Low Places)
  55. Vinnie Fiorello (Less Than Jake / Paper + Plastick Records)
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