Friday 1st

Dave Arcari and Andres Roots
DOORS 7:30pm // £9 (Get your Ticket here)

DAVE ARCARI - A series of shows with folks including Steve Earle, Alabama 3, Seasick Steve, Toby Keith and Jon Spencer along with his relentless UK and European tour schedule have established Arcari as a formidable international solo performer who is fast building a media reputation as a 'hell-raising National guitar madman'. A former debt collector, Arcari cut his musical teeth busking on the streets of Glasgow before forming his first band Summerfield Blues which won the Alexis Korner Memorial Trophy and accolade of Scottish Blues Band of the Year at Edinburgh International Blues Festival in1993.
ANDRES ROOTS - is a slide guitarist, songwriter and bandleader based in Tartu, Estonia. Combining pre-rock blues sounds with swing and 1960's rock influences, his music continues to receive airplay on five continents and has been frequently featured in cinema and television, including the award-winning Estonian/Latvian/Belarusian film "Lonely Island" (2012), directed by the Berlinale-decorated Peeter Simm.

Saturday 2nd

Private Function

Sunday 3rd

Resound a silent : Steamboat Bill, JR (1928) with live music
DOORS 4.00pm untill 6.00pm // £8 OTD and Ticketed (Get Tickets)

Resound A Silent - Resound a Silent rescores classic films that either had no original music, or the original music has been lost. Music is created by award winning composer Dave Abbott and multi-instrumentalist and band leader Alexander De'Ath. Steamboat Bill, JR (1928) is a classic by Buster Keaton. Following through on a promise to his mother, William Canning Jr. goes to River Junction to meet his father who has not seen him since he was a child. The younger Canning isn't quite what the elder was expecting but the old man has bigger problems. He's being put out of business by J.J. King, who not only owns the local hotel and bank, but has recently introduced a new paddle wheel steamer that puts Cannings older boat, the Stonewall Jackson, to shame. Bill Jr. and Kitty King take a liking to each other much to the dismay of both of their fathers. When a fierce storm hits River Junction, Bill Jr. is forced to save Kitty, her father and his father.

Tom Bright and Anton & The Colts
DOORS 7:30pm // £5 Ticketed (Get Tickets)

TOM BRIGHT - "his songs are catchy, his lyrics are a cutting social commentary on everything that he feels is wrong with modern life, and there’s a glint in his eye that wouldn’t look amiss had he uttered those immortal words, 'don’t believe the hype'" gigwise

ANTON & THE COLTS - are a Glasgow based band. Their ace combination of rock swagger, blues groove, and the rough and tumble of Americana is one few Scottish bands can match

Tuesday 5th

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 7th

DOORS 8:00pm // £7 ticketed (Get Tickets)

LUNIR - Scottish-German duo LUNIR bring their kaleidoscopic soul back to Edinburgh, fresh off the release of their genre-hopping new track 'Wadidi'. Feat.: live-looped vocals; one-handed drumming; woozy electronics; an adventurous sonic palette. Support from KHALID AL KHAJAH

Friday 8th

Arms & Hearts, B-Sydes, Paper Rifles, Max Mitchell
DOORS 7:00pm // £5 OTD

ARMS & HEARTS - 'Best described as the aptly named, heart felt, solo acoustic, punk venture of Steve Millar. While influences of The Gaslight Anthem and Chuck Ragan are apparent, it’s his passion for his songs that really come out strong, committing to a full ‘heart on your sleeve’ musical exploration.’ Whether yuh dread or bald head, young or old, big or small EVERYONE is welcome! Good Vibes Guaranteed!

B-SYDESB-Sydes (AKA Ben Sydes) is a folk-punk singer-songwriter based in Cambridge/ London. On his travels Ben has been lucky enough to share stages with Frank Turner, Gaz Brookfield, Ferocious Dog, Ben Marwood, Chris �, Beans On Toast, Dave McPherson, Sam Duckworth, Walter Schreifels to name a few.

PAPER RIFLES -Acoustic/indie/punk/rock/singing/hectoring from Edinburgh. Struck Dum Records and Anti-Manifesto. this is the most joyous and uplifting of rebellions

Saturday 9th

Save Leith Walk presents.. Save Our Venue!
DOORS 8:00pm // £7 OTD

A night of independent music at Leith Walk’s very own independent venue, Leith Depot, with music from WREST , PELTS, STEPHEN MCLAREN and THE MAP DEPT. with all profits donated to Save Leith Walk campaign, to help ensure Leith Walk continues to flourish in the face of threats from developers. 9th March, tickets £7 on the door, doors at 7.30pm, all profits to Save Leith Walk. Get down early folks to avoid disappointment, tickets are limited.

Monday 11th

Harbottle & Jonas / Kris Lannen & Richard Trethewey
DOORS 7:30pm // £8 OTD // £5 Ticketed (Get your tickets here)

HARBOTTLE & JONAS - are a stunning young folk duo based in Totnes, Devon. Their music is eclectic and always accompanied with a great story. Together the husband and wife duo combine the rich traditions of folk music with original and contemporary interpretations through a blend of closely intertwined vocal harmonies and compelling and authentic musical arrangements, blending concertina, harmonium, banjo, stomp box, acoustic guitar and dobra. They have developed a unique and original signature sound, that is unmistakably Harbottle and Jonas.

KRIS LANNEN & RICHARD TRETHEWEY - are a folk duo that formed through playing together in the Cornish Cletic Folk band, The Grenaways. Both are prolific, award winning song writers who's songs mine the rich veins of inspirational ore that course through their home turf of Cornwall where they add a sense of their own ties to the region and especially it’s Celtic heritage. They are rootsy storytellers, unique in the folk style, with songs that are rich in nautical undertones, influenced so much by the sea, its people and coastal living.

Tuesday 12th

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 13th

Under The Wires presents Cut + support
DOORS 7:30pm // £7 Ticketed (Get your tickets here)

CUT - are a rock band from Bologna, Italy formed in 1996. Their live show is a lesson in punk rock dynamics. Sometimes swinging, sometime lurching, sometimes staccato. Always rocking. Tension and release. The essence of rock and roll. CUT are the masters of it. The last twice they played at Leith Depot, I could barely get out of the pub for sweaty, breathless audience members with stunned looks on the faces asking me 'what just happened?'
Support to be added

Thursday 14th

Ben Inglis, Megan Black, Kathy Muir, Burnt Paw
DOORS 8:00pm // £6 ADV (Get your tickets here)

T KATHY MUIR - Soulful balladeer Kathy Muir conjures enlightened songs that paint vivid landscapes of her journey as she transforms elements of pop and folk into brand-new sounds. Her warm voice glides through lyrics that unfold like the words of an inviting diary.

BURNT PAW - is a songwriter and fingerstyle folk guitarist who lives beneath Arthur’s Seat in Edinburgh. His music is influenced by a wide range of alternative and experimental artists/styles from both sides of the Atlantic, including psychedelic folk, contemporary, new/dark folk, and whatever weird wonders he discovers on Bandcamp (that’s where you’ll find his music too). Burnt Paw’s songs unwind from oral histories, dream-fragments, myths, imaginary adventures and life-stories. He loves self-made art, occasionally publishes poetry, reads a lot of Walt Whitman and buys too many second hand books on Neolithic history.

MEGAN BLACK -is a young aspiring artist bringing her new innovative takes on traditional jazz and rock to the forefront of the up and coming Scottish music scene. Gathering an array of inspiring sounds from Ella Fitzgerald to Stevie Nicks, Megan’s influences have helped her pen some originals of her own and is conjuring a sound for timeless music that keeps the generations to come ever connected to what galvanised them. Lining up, alongside instrumental three-piece band Leonard the Rabbit, at defining venues such as King Tut’s, La Belle Angele and The Hug and Pint, Megan has made a considerable impression at venues across the country.

Friday 15th

Holy Now, Golden Arm, Super Inuit
DOORS 7:30pm // £7 Ticketed (Get your tickets here)

HOLY NOW - Sweden's Holy Now make swooning indie pop. A perfect blend of sweeping, pristine melodies and mournful lyrics, they'll cast you under a spell and break your heart at the same time. For fans of Alvvays, Camera Obscura, and feeling joy through catharsis. Support comes from angular pop scamps GOLDEN ARM, and the endlessly inventive SUPER INUIT.

Saturday 16th

DOORS 7:30pm // £TBC

STELLAR - Rock 'n' roll from Bradford. “Get on the debut track 'Project #15' by STELLAR, with Oasis-esque vocals and an anthemic chorus. More Infos to Come

Sunday 17th

Peach plus special guests
DOORS 7:30pm // £TBC

PEACH - Music from the feisty wee Edinburgh based songstress, belting out bi-polar folk lamenting the human condition, mammalian relationships and dirty sex talk..