Saturday 20th

Youth Avoiders, Death Bed and Bratakus
DOORS 14:00 // £6 OTD

YOUTH AVOIDERS - ​French Hardcore heroes Youth Avoiders are storming up to Scotland for a one off MATINEE show at Leith Depot! ​

BRATAKUS - are a two piece Riot Grrrl Punk band from the north of Scotland. They are sisters Breagha (Guitar/Vocals) and Onnagh (Bass/ Backing Vocals).



Tuesday 23rd

Overlaps : Open Free Improvised Session
DOORS 7:30pm // £ Free

OVERLAPS - is an evening of freely improvised music. All improvising musicians with an ear for the experimental are encouraged to participate. Simply turn up with your instruments and put your name on the list. Participants will be put into small groups and performances will take place over the course of the night. Non participating audience members are also encouraged to attend! House guitar and bass amps are provided. Drummers are required to bring breakables, kick pedal, clutch.



The Wanted Session
DOORS 9:00pm // £Free

Weekly Open Music Session Hosted by the finest Edinburgh's musicians. All Outlaws, Musicians, Poets, Story Tellers Welcome. Every Tuesday from 9pm Bring instruments, Bring ears and Come and get sessioned!



Wednesday 24th

Ewan Macintyre Band
DOORS 7:30pm // £10/£8 OTD

EWAN MACINTYRE BAND - An international music project, pushing the boundaries of contemporary folk. Led by puppeteer, musician and ex-lead singer songwriter of the award-winning Edinburgh collective “Southern Tenant Folk Union”, Ewan Macintyre, “Road Junkie” is a genre smashing album that takes inspiration from 2 years of intensive touring across Canada and Europe. Sonically compared to the likes of Jeff Buckley, Joe Cocker, Goat Rodeo Sessions and the Beach Boys, drawing influence from Ewan’s work in Bluegrass, Scottish and Irish traditional music, theatre, pop, rock and soul.



Friday 26th

Refugees Benefit : The Late Pioneers
DOORS 7:30pm // £Donation

The 26th benefit gig , organised by Solidarity with Displaced Humans to raise funds for Re-Act, Refugee Action - Scotland and Edinburgh Cares now World Care Foundation , sending desperately needed aid to refugees. Kicking things off in 2019 , we have both THE PRIMEVALS - and THE STONED HOLY ROLLER returning along with THE LATE PIONEERS - Pioneers. Sure to be a blast !



Saturday 27th

Reggae Got Soul
DOORS 8:00pm // £Donation

REGGAE GOT SOUL - ​If you haven't already been or don't reside in the Republic, make your way down to the funkiest musical joint in the capital and see what you've been missing... This month we'll be joined by my old musical spar and musical polyglot PHIL MUCHA CARA who'll be dropping in to help fill the dance floor with his bagFUL of vintage and modern SOUL, FUNK, AFROBEAT + MORE, alongside JEREMIYAH playing a copasetic cornucopia of ROCKSTEADY, ROOTS, LOVERS and ONE-DROP to rock the room and satisfy your soul all night long....



Sunday 28th

LeithLate19: Pintxos - Basque Film and Food Crawl
DOORS 3:00pm // £7 Ticketed (Get your Ticket here)

In collaboration with Scotland’s leading Spanish cinema mavericks CinemaAttic, LeithLate presents a Basque short-film and food crawl of Leith Walk bars this April. Participating bars include Victoria Bar, Leith Depot and Brig Below. Each bar will be screening individual short-film programmes from the Basque Country's leading short-film distributor Kimuak, accompanied by traditional Basque pintxos. Pintxos are a Spanish tapas particular to the Basque Country, known by their distinctive ‘spearing’ by a cocktail stick - a common means of socialising and a cornerstone of Basque culture. Entrance to bars, food and films are all free.
This event is the first in LeithLate’s ongoing programme of LeithLate19 events taking place in 2019. See https://www.leithlate.co.uk/ for more information, or keep an eye on social media for future events in the programme. LeithLate is supported by the City of Edinburgh Council and Baillie Gifford. This event is also supported by Film Hub Scotland's Pitch Pot initiative.



The Brothers Gillespie & Johnny Campbell
DOORS 7:30pm // £ Ticketed (Get Tickets)

THE BROTHERS GILLESPIE -Brothers James and Sam Gillespie first met Johnny Campbell at the inaugural Scottish Anarcho Folk Festival in Elgin, 2016. Now these lyrical, radical, roving songsters from Northumberland and Yorkshire are delighted to be joining forces for a special Edinburgh Tradfest double-bill concert in the intimate setting of Leith depot. “This is a moving and surprising album. Stunning songs beautifully sung and played. Without doubt a classic in the making from a duo potent with potential.” - Northern Sky, 5-star review of The Fell



Downstairs Sunday Session hosted by Karel Kalaf
DOORS 8:00pm // £Free

Weekly Open Music Session inluding a lot of different styles from Spain, South America and the Caribbean. Karel play covers including flamenco (Spain), fado (Portugal), Samba (Brazil), son (Cuban), salsa, rumba (Central and Latin America), reggae (Jamaica), world music, etc.. and will bring some special guests !



Monday 30th

Jess Klein and Mike June
DOORS 7:00pm // £10 Ticketed (Get Tickets)

JESS KLEIN - says of her new album Learning Faith. “It’s edgy and brutal, but it was inspired by a genuine love for this world.” Over a career that spans more than a decade and a half and has won her a devoted worldwide fan base, Klein—who possesses what Mojo magazine calls “one of those voices you want to crawl up close to the speakers to listen to” and a knack for writing songs that the Cape Cod Times has described as “fully realized, finely observed and deeply felt”—has pursued a remarkable creative evolution that’s seen her dig ever deeper for resonant emotional insights, while continuing to refine her eloquently melodic, effortlessly accessible songcraft. As the New York Times noted, Klein is an artist who “has country roots, but who pushes her songs toward philosophical thoughts.”