The Rundown: This Week in DnB (12/8/2021)

Welcome to the 4th episode of The Rundown DnB news podcast hosted by us, Simon "Milstreet" and Ossi "Wilson". We chat about the latest Drum & Bass news and releases as well as pick out some upcoming tracks you should keep an eye on. This weeks episode was also streamed live on You will find us there next time on Wednesday the 25th of August, at 6pm UK time (GMT +1). Tune in and join the chat!This weeks episode we discuss:- The Loop's, Drum & Bass Arena's & co.'s safe drug usage social media posts- Hospitaly On The Beach & Hospitality Bristol- Let It Roll wrapping up & the fall of IMANU- Noisia's lasts shows in the UK and elsewhere- Critical Music's charity mixtape sale- Our facourite releases from the likes of Pola & Bryson, Machinedrum, Need For Mirrors, Smote, Echo Brown, Linksview, Secula, Tsuruda and more- Our picks for some upcoming releases including new tracks by Alix Perez, Operate, Upgrade and GEST.Join the Facebook group at Last Week Liquid Podcast Community for a ton of exclusivities, subscribe and rate the podcast on Apple Podcasts or Podchaser if you enjoy our content – and if you enjoy this episode in particular, just send it to 1 person who hasn’t listened to it – that would mean the world to us.Visit the website: www.lastweekliquid.comJoin the Facebook group: the podcast, it helps others find it! & co's weekly list of releases & reviews: Weekly updated Spotify playlist for new releases:

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Support the show on Patreon: The Last Week Liquid podcast is a show dedicated to the world of Drum n Bass, centered around weekly discussions with producers, djs, label managers and event organizers. From liquid to jump-up to deep, the topics explored include the creative process behind writing tracks, production tips and tricks, self-promotion on social media, countering writer's block, reaching out and getting signed to labels, and much more. Through these conversations, the aim is to unclutter the complex world of Drum n Bass production, promotion, signing and playing through the words of those living it every day. If you enjoy this podcast, why not join the community on Facebook where you can suggest future guests, topics, episodes formats and more! Join the discussion at