Thursday 8th

God Is My Co-Pilot (USA)/ Regretta Garbo / Fistymuffs
DOORS 7:30pm // £7 ADV Tickets here or £8 OTD

Trailblazing NYC Queer/No Wave/Free Punk outfit God Is My Co-Pilot return to action after 20 years and they're headed to Leith!

A prolific and disorienting force throughout the 90s, GodCo challenged, if not entirely dissolved boundaries of all forms - from conventional musical structure and language to sexuality and gender. Often done with a knowing wit, but with serious power and spirit, the band's music is incomparable to any description of it, and remains a sight/sound to behold firsthand, in order to be truly understood. As such, it's an honour to welcome them to Leith Depot for the first time and we sincerely hope you'll come join the parade!

Friday 9th

Fuzzystar / Life Model
DOORS 7:30pm // £5 ADV Tickets here £7 OTD

FUZZYSTAR - Edinburgh-based Fuzzystar perform indie rock filled with narrative, melodies and lo-fi moments. Clash described their debut album as "Off-kilter indie pop laden with dream-like fuzz" whilst Gigslutz reckon their music contains "Infectious reverb strewn hooks". Other comparisons have been made to Built to Spill, GBV, Sun Kil Moon and Dinosaur Jr. Their debut album Telegraphing received critical praise, aswell as airplay on BBC 6 Music and Radio Scotland.

LIFE MODEL - Life Model are a 4-piece dream pop band from Glasgow, made up of Sophie Evans (vocals), Chris Smith (guitar), Joanne McCafferty (bass) and Michael McDonald (drums). The band mixes classic indie and pop influences like The Sundays and Belle and Sebastian with the noisier side of alternative bands such as Sonic Youth, Smashing Pumpkins and Ride.

Tuesday 13th

Wanted : Dead or Alive Open Music Session
DOORS 9pm // £Free // Downstairs Bar

Weekly Open Music Session Hosted by Andy Mckay and Baz Simpson. All Outlaws, Musicians, Poets, Story Tellers Welcome. Every Tuesday from 9pm Downstairs at Leith Depot

Thursday 15th

RhymeRite & the Warrior Bone : Hip Hop Night
DOORS 7:00pm // £Free Entry

Thursday the 15th of March will be the first gig of the year for RhymeRite and Bone Def, it will also be the first time since 2007 we have performed together. So, get yourself along for a night of live Hip Hop, fun and drinks. Plus, it's FREE!!!


Mccann - Geek Maggot Bingo - Le BOMB
DOORS 7:30PM // £3 OTD

There are gonna be some big noises on the small stage as McCann, Geek Maggot Bingo and Le BOMB unleash their rock 'n' roll shenanigans! You'd be a damn fool to miss it.

MCCANN - The writing talents of Andy McCann with the arrangement and bass playing skills of Stephen Sharp and the drums and percussion of Roy Hunter. Mccann are a breath of fresh air in this staid and conservative musical time...harking back to the new wave/punk feel of the late 70's early 80's with a touch of classic rock as well. Mccann rock and play music with a passion rarely seen in a band half their age...move over Mcfly!

GEEK MAGGOT BINGO From Edinburgh, Geek Maggot Bingo are a high-energy, three-piece garage rock 'n' roll band and have been frequently and favourably compared to Dr Feelgood, The Stooges and The Pirates. They released a 5-track EP "Where It's At" in 2014 and their first LP "This Is This. This Ain't Something Else. This Is This" in 2016. 2017 saw the release of their cassette-only 6-track EP "Box 36" on Petrol Bomb Records.



U18's Afternoon Gig : First Offence With Support From Bonnie Higgs
DOORS 2:00PM - 5:00PM // £5 OTD

Come along on March 17th 2018 for an afternoon full of live music from the amazing Bonnie Higgs and First Offence! Tickets are only £5 at the door or ask one of the members of FO or Bonnie Higgs to buy one in advance! Also!! First Offence Merchandise may be on sale at this gig for the first time! So make sure you bring a wee bit of extra money with you to buy one of our T-shirts! ;)

Saint Patrick's Day : Static Union / Deep.Sleep / Annie Booth
DOORS 7:30PM // £

Following their shows in London and Manchester, Static Union unveil a slew of brand new songs in Glasgow and Edinburgh over Saint Patrick's Day Weekend. Support comes from the excellent Deep.Sleep and Annie Booth. Expect a few covers of favourite songs by Irish artists to commemorate Saint Patrick. Sláinte!


DEEP.SLEEP -Deep.Sleep are an alternative/indie-pop band from Newcastle upon Tyne, fast gaining attention through their catchy and anthemic songs which radiate feel-good vibes and captivate audiences live.
Since the release of their debut single ‘1994’, which received airplay from BBC Introducing and have been championed by NME, Gigwise and Fred Perry.
The band have been making even bigger waves in their local scene, with three sold out headline shows under their belt as well as playing alongside the likes of King No-One, Cassia, Judas, Mint and Clay, as well as festivals such as Tramlines and Kendal Calling 2017.

ANNIE BOOTH Annie is a young singer-songwriter based in Edinburgh. Performing her indie-rock tinged folk throughout Scotland, she creates melancholic songs with infectious melodies, tempered by poignant vocals.


Stone Soup - the Spring Tide Edition
DOORS 7:30PM // £8 OTD

Davesnewbike hosts another evening of music and spoken word with special guests Holm and Jay Lafferty. Step into Spring (here's hoping!), and savour another fabulous Stone Soup line-up. We've got comedy, scandi-noir soundtracks, and davesnewbike as a trike. What more could you want on a balmy spring evening in the Port of Leith?

HOLM - are Frank Glynn and Stewart Veitch; a violin and electric guitar instrumental duo. Making a welcome return to the Stone Soup bill of fare, Holm are based near Edinburgh and have recently released a debut album of original material on their own label. Their music has been described as ‘dark, folky madness’-Doug Johnstone. They write and perform word-free songs exploring the texture and dynamics of electric guitar and violin. They are not a traditional Scottish act – more cinematic/avant-garde: imagine a Scandi-noir soundtrack!

JAY LAFFERTY . Jay has been performing comedy since 2005 working all over the UK as well as in Los Angeles and Toronto. An experienced compere and stand-up Jay has an easy manner on stage, instantly connecting with her audience - whether a rowdy group of stags and hens or a serene ladies luncheon Jay’s quick wit has them eating out the palm of her hand. The girl next door persona allows her to get away with the darker jokes that punctuate her material.
With comedy described as chocolate covered hand grenades, don’t be mistaken this girl can melt butter - sometimes by using a flamethrower. Clever material delivered with effortless charm and packing a bite every bit as bad as its bark. An experienced writer and performer Jay has worked on a number of hit BBC Scotland and BBC Four radio shows and is a regular guest on Radio Scotland's Breaking The News. Jay also secured a part on Season 2 of The Comedy Unit’s hit BBC1 show Scot Squad.