The Raincast is so called because we have had three days of sporadic, but at times absolutely torrential rain here in Edinburgh this week.  The leak in our ceiling has sprung back into action with some vigour, although this time it manifested itself in a manner which didn't ruin all sorts of my vinyl, which was generous of it.  We really must get that looked at before the whole bloody ceiling comes crashing down.

The rest of my day will be spent sticking things into envelopes to publicise the Lach release, which is really, really soon, as well as the new album by Trips and Falls, which isn't out until the end of September.  I will be back on the gocco printer hand printing the artwork for that one though, which isn't something I've done for a while, so rather looking forward to it.

Anyhow, in the meantime, have a wee listen to this. It's an interesting mix this week, from the utterly obscure, to the borderline famous, to the might almost have been nearly famous five years ago, but not really likely to crack it now.  And then Radiohead. Yes, I've finally listened to King of Limbs.  At last.

01. Barry Adamson - Set the Controls for the Heart of the Pelvis (00.29)02. DanDanDan - Match of the Day Background Music (08.47)03. Anna-Anna - Mirrors of America (13.17)04. Clem Snide - Ice Cube (21.56)05. Lambchop - Up With People (24.29)06. Public Dims - Lorimer (31.09)07. Rollor - Energies are Dead in the Mind Constellation (40.17)08. Camera Phone - Artifacts (43.44)09. Radiohead - Lotus Flower (50.55)10. I Like Trains - Sirens (Remix) (57.19)