Friday 11th

Bowie Lives
DOORS 8:00pm // Free Entry

Bowie Lives and The Spiders Fae Leith return for this timely one-off charity night to remember. There will now be a combination of acoustic sets followed by a full band playing your favourite tracks from across the golden years, and all proceeds from prizes raffled on the night will be donated to Sol and his family.
From the people who brought you Bowie at the Brass Monkey and Bowie Lives at Leith Theatre, comes an anniversary fundraiser to celebrating the life and music of the main man himself, whilst also supporting Sol Barrie-Douglas and his family through a very difficult time of treatment and recovery. If the previous sell out gigs are anything to go by this will be a very popular event and so we HIGHLY RECOMMEND getting in the venue early to avoid disappointment.



Saturday 12th

Front Toward enemy + support
DOORS 7:00pm // £OTD

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Sunday 13th

Fuzz Bat X: The Omega Corridor/Joy & Struggle/Burnt Paw
DOORS 7:30pm // £4 OTD

THE OMEGA CORRIDOR - : Gripping, emotional Post Punk ensemble
JOY & STRUGGLE - Ethereal Gothic Folk-Rock in Just Intonation
BURNT PAW - Captivating, story driven accoustic folk



Tuesday 15th

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!



Thursday 17th

Peter Johnstone; Ryan Morcombe, Calum Baird
DOORS 7.30pm //

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Friday 18th

Reggae Got Soul
DOORS 8:00pm // £ Entry by donation

REGGAE GOT SOUL - Edinburgh's only Reggae and Soul night playing now in the heart of the Republic of Leith@ Leith Depot bar. Come and listen and dance to the biggest, baddest and broadest selection of High Grade Reggae and Soul music. Brought to you by Roots General Jeremiyah and Mike The Mod with Ras Ista the Lyrical Lion as MC. Whether yuh dread or bald head, young or old, big or small EVERYONE is welcome! Good Vibes Guaranteed!



Saturday 19th

Victor Pope, Little Love and the Friendly Vibes, Lou McLean
DOORS 7:00pm // £3 OTD

To celebrate the launch of the fantastic fourth album from the ever punctual Victor Pope Band they will be hosting an evening of fun and festivity featuring the likes of - LOU MCLEAN - is a singer-songwriter from Edinburgh who writes acoustic dream – pop with razor-sharp lyrics. Performing live, she has no trouble endearing and charming the rapt audience with her quirky, self-penned songs
LITTLE LOVE AND THE FRIENDLY VIBES - Disco Punk Madness sounding like a cross between the Buzzcocks and The B52’s, their enthusiasm was impossible to resist from the start. The bands certainly weren’t taking themselves too seriously. Guitarist and lead vocalist Euan Weddel’s occasional guitar hero antics in front of the stage were tremendous fun to watch, one of many things about the groups’ performance that left all those watching smiling broadly.
THE VICTOR POPE BAND - Edinburgh based band pumping out an alternative post punk lo-fi indie anti-folk silly confusing vaguely psuedo-intellectual sound.



Sunday 20th

Grand Delusions + support
DOORS 7:30pm // £tbc

GRAND DELUSIONS - More Info to be added



Tuesday 22nd

Overlaps : Open Free Improv Session
DOORS 7:30pm // £Free Entry

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!



Thurday 24th

Betty and the Bass with The Eclectics
DOORS 7:30pm // £tbc

BETTY AND THE BASS - This vibrant three piece have been bringing country/grunge vibes to Central Scotland for almost 3 years now in a variety of projects. Lyndsey, Ben & Willie take influence from the likes of Johnny Cash, Pixies & Fleetwood Mac, creating a unique style that sets them aside from your average indie band. Under a fresh new name, 'Betty and The Bass', they are releasing a storm of new music to your ears in the very near future.

THE ECLECTICS -Upfting songs for uplifting souls. We’re a slightly eclectic lot. Playing eclectic music. Slightly folky-ish, slightly ska-ish, slightly reggae-ish, slightly kwala-ish. All songs from the pen of our acoustic guitarist Terry, who hails form the West Country. Apart from Terry, the rest of us are Fi, from the Highlands of Scotland, on whistle, shaky eggs and backing vocals, Emiliano, from Italy, on bass and Lorraine, from Dundee, on bongos and cajon. Brought together in 2017 by a love of playing music, enjoying ourselves and spread our infectious music. Get your dancing shoes on and be uplifted!



Free Community Supper
DOORS 3:00pm til 5:00pm // £Free

Meet, Greet and Eat
Every Last Thursday of the Month Come and Enjoy our Free Community Supper. There is Veggie and Meat Options and no alcohol sales between this time.

Community Supper

Friday 25th

Post Punk - Psychobilly Burns Night Bonanza
DOORS 7:30pm // £5 OTD

Your Reptilian Masters, The Phlegm, Shock And Awe and Crimedesk are the line up at Leith Depot for a night of punk/post-punk/psycho-billy abandon this Burns Night. All profits will go to the Save Leith Walk fighting fund.

THE PHLEGM -Formed in 2009 at our High School, the Phlegm are a classic 3-piece based in Edinburgh. We play a mix of Punk-Rockabilly-Psychobilly, featuring a Double-Bass with influences such as The Stray Cats, The Damned, The Cramps, DEVO, The Radium Cats, Adam Ant and the Original Sun Records.

SHOCK AND AWE -formed a few years ago because no-one was playing noisey guitar songs with a bit of heart, a bit of pace, a bit of thought and a bit of fun Shock and Awe have played over 100 gigs all over Scotland with friends and influences from all over the world such as The Scars, Vic Godard, Wreckless Eric, The Lurkers, The Vibrators, Penetration, Richard Bacchus, etc.



Saturday 26th

Pygmies and Jit Jive Duo
DOORS 7:30pm // £10 Get Tickets here

Pygmies! make their debut at the wonderful Leith Depot. Partnered with the Jit Jive Duo featuring ex Bhundu Boy Rise Kagona and percussion maestro Andy Cooke

PYGMIES -Pygmies! play jazz blues and funk originals, with three saxes, guitar bass and drums



Sunday 27th

Bell Lungs, Star Rover, The Palps, Fistymuffs, Dr VZX Moist, Pockets, Joe Cogill
DOORS 1:00pm // £tbc

BELL LUNGS - dreamy-voiced misty melodies from a collector of instruments and weaver of songs; sometimes compared to a Theremin A compelling live performer, the music of multi-instrumentalist, vocalist and composer bell lungs encompasses influences from psychedelia, jazz, noise and folk to create a nuanced sound world that draws on natural cycles, environmental disaster and the microcosmic aspects of relationships. Using instruments such as electric violin, bouzouki, saz, harmonium, santoor, field recordings and guitar, her kaleidoscopic vocals were deemed “elemental” by cult arts critic David Keenan of The Wire, and her music “disrarming and demurring” by blog Losing Today.

FISTYMUFFS -Fistymuffs are a riot girl band formed through girls rock school Edinburgh. They're fun and colourful exterior is somewhat of a contrast to the serious and sometimes dark nature of their songs. Taking subjects such as unwanted groping and emotional abuse, Fistymuffs get their point across through Punk laced grungy riffs and well placed lyrics without losing that fun pop punk streak.



Monday 28th - Sunday 3rd February

Independent Venue Week

Line Up and Infos at http://leithdepot.com/blog-post-independent-venue-week-2019.html