Announcement: The May 2022 Wiki Content Patch

We now take a look at what we’ve added to the Wiki over the last month. This is for the month of May.

Last month, we published the April Wiki content patch. In that patch, we mentioned how we managed to get the back archive for the Future Sound of Egypt archived all the way up to a partial completion of episode 550. This is, of course, one of those large episodes, so it wasn’t a surprise that our progress more or less stopped last month at that particular episode.

This month, we managed to make very substantial progress. Not only is 550 completed to the best of our abilities, but we managed to continue the archiving process. In fact, our archival progress made it clear to episode 600 as well. Impressively, we managed to complete that particularly large special episode as well. We didn’t even stop there. We managed to make it all the way up to episode 615 this month. In all, the non special components of this update totals an additional 130 hours worth of music you can now explore. The actual number is higher when you include the additional mixes we tracked down for the two specials as well.

An additional bit of good news is that we are starting to get close to finishing the entire archive for the Future Sound of Egypt as well. It’s been a long time coming, but you knew that, sooner or later, this archive project is going to reach completion. As of now, there is now only 74 episodes and 1 large special left (650). We really hope that in the next month or so, this project will finally be completed so we can finally move on to other archive projects.

Over top of that, we also added the latest episodes we were able to find for the ongoing shows as well. Those shows are the Future Sound of Egypt, Fables, Resonation, the V Recordings Podcast, and the Random Movement Podcast as well.

We hope you enjoy the latest chunk of content added to the Wiki. We also look forward to adding even more content for you to explore. Enjoy!

Drew Wilson on Twitter: @icecube85 and Facebook.

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