Announcement: The August 2021 Wiki Content Patch

It’s that time of the month where we report on what we’ve added to the Wiki. This is for the month of August.

We are continuing to roll out more content for you. Last month was a smaller update. It largely added content to the Future Sound of Egypt 350. As we mentioned, this is a monstrosity of an episode that ultimately became a global music festival that lasted a whole month. So, dropping the details of what went down is destined to take a while to say the least.

This month, I’m super excited to say that this episode has finally been completed. About 50 mixes, some totalling two hour or more have been added. Suffice to say, completing this one is a huge accomplishment. After getting the work completed for this episode, we continued adding episodes to the Future Sound of Egypt.

As if to highlight just how much work went into the 350th episode, we simply didn’t slow down and managed to make it all the way up to episode 400. This is yet another month long global music festival that we’ll probably spend a little while chipping away on. We’ve done it before and we aren’t hesitating on doing it again. As of now, the original radio episode and a lot of the basic work has been completed. Now, we’re just filling in the details at this point. It’s a lot of added content that was added to the Wiki in the last few months even though the numbers don’t exactly suggest it.

What’s more is that, this month, we’ve also added the latest episodes of the Future Sound of Egypt, Fables, Resonation, and the V Recordings Podcast. Last month, we mentioned that we didn’t see a new episode for the Random Movement Podcast. This month, we still don’t see a new episode. That’s OK, though, there are plenty of mixes to check out for that show anyway if you haven’t heard some of it already. What’s more, you have a number of other shows to enjoy while you wait. It’s all good either way.

We hope you enjoy what we’ve been able to add to the Wiki and look forward to adding even more content in the future. Have fun!

Drew Wilson on Twitter: @icecube85 and Facebook.

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