Sneaky Pete's, 73 Cowgate, Edinburgh, EH1 1JW
2022-01-21
Sneaky Pete's, 73 Cowgate, Edinburgh, EH1 1JW
2022-01-22

Acclaimed by Radio 1 and BBC Scotland, Edinburgh based INDOOR FOXES offer an authentic and contemporary feel over a distinctly Scottish sound. INDOOR FOXES returns to Sneaky Pete’s with bold vocals and a unique flow after their last lively sell out show. 

* Proof of vaccination may be mandatory at the time of this show

* Please take a lateral flow test before you come to the venue 

* Don’t come if you test positive or have any symptoms

* Check in on our Test & Protect QR code on arrival

* Wear a face covering unless drinking or dancing

* Wear a face covering when ordering at the bar

* Use the hand sanitiser

* Please be respectful of others and leave space when moving around the venue or queueing

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Sneaky Pete's, 73 Cowgate, Edinburgh, EH1 1JW
2022-01-24

Scenes in The City (EHFM) celebrate the finale of their ten episode series in which they weaved their way through the genres making waves in and around Edinburgh all whilst embracing the history, considering the present, and looking to the future.

To ensure the series ends with a bang, they have enlisted 3 of Edinburgh’s most exciting acts to play them out: young rapper Edz, DIY musician Swiss Portrait and the anti-Flat Earth jazz outfit, Grace and The Flat Boys.

Come along and embrace the fluidity of genre within the scenes of our city! 

Sneaky Pete's, 73 Cowgate, Edinburgh, EH1 1JW
2022-01-26

Self-described sad Lo-fi punk, Cultdreams have turned heads with their 2017 debut album Seafoam and their 2019 sophomore Things That Hurt, receiving lashings of praise from Kerrang! Magazine, The Skinny, Louder Than War and She Shreds (just to name a few!). The subject of their music is often raw but always poignant, addressing sexual harassment and misogyny in society.

Tickets on sale Friday.

This January, Music Venue Trust is continuing it’s The National Lottery association to help #ReviveLive music in grassroots music venues across the UK with The National Lottery Revive Live Tour. Hundreds of live music shows will be funded by The National Lottery, which helps kickstart quality live music and put artists back into venues where they belong.

We’re inviting you to buy a ticket for one of these shows, and because we know you have been itching to get back out and see some live music, when purchasing you can claim another ticket courtesy of The National Lottery ABSOLUTELY FREE! All you need to do to qualify for this offer is to show proof on the door that one of you is a National Lottery player, either with a physical ticket, or using the National Lottery app.

Sneaky Pete's, 73 Cowgate, Edinburgh, EH1 1JW
2022-01-27

Mariachi Death Squad are a reverb crashin’, point breakin’ instrumental power surf rock band from Edinburgh.  They are akin to the Fujiwara Effect where, after a delicate and intricate display, everything is blown away.

With Secret Admirer + Cod O’Donnell

Sneaky Pete's, 73 Cowgate, Edinburgh, EH1 1JW
2022-01-28

GAFF (Gender Affirming Fundraising Fridays) is a direct aid group organising regular gigs in Edinburgh to raise money for gender-affirming purposes to trans people with no strings attached and each gig will give the entirety of its profits to a couple of trans-identifying people. We aim to platform trans artists and musicians in the process, and we’re very excited to have a full trans line up for this January 28th gig.

Line-Up: Lonely Carp, Lisa The Queen, Comfort

Sneaky Pete's, 73 Cowgate, Edinburgh, EH1 1JW
2022-02-03

What now? ‘Get out of bed’? Why? ‘Stop sleeping’. OK. ‘Wake up’. OK. ‘Buy a ticket’. How much? ‘What do you care? Just pay the machine, already’.

Standing by a brick wall, feel it’s rough textures. Someone is vaping in your face. You don’t mind. Someone is breathing on you. It doesn’t matter; his germs are your germs. You are in a queue, to get in, to a rocknroll show, starring the ‘deliciously invigorating’ Callum Easter. Next year, on the dates above, at the venue above. That’s because you have impeccable taste, know what looks good on your skinny legs and whether you should wear a hat or not. And you need, get that, need to be there. It’s a devilish impulse. Don’t fight it, you’ll only get ill.

Sneaky Pete's, 73 Cowgate, Edinburgh, EH1 1JW
2022-02-07

A fascinating mix of 90s grunge and Gen-Z DIY, Luxembourg-based duo Francis of Delirium signed to Dalliance Recordings following the success of debut single “Quit Fucking Around”. Led by 19-year-old Jana Bahrich, the duo completed by Chris Hewett, 30 years Jana’s senior, make songs that communicate Jana’s intense passion to connect with people intimately.

The band recently followed up their debut EP “All Change”, with “Wading”. “Wading” saw the band garner support from the likes of Pitchfork, NPR “[Bahrich] has a confident delivery for someone so young”, Stereogum, The Fader, Line of Best Fit, Paste Magazine, Consequence of Sound, DIY Magazine, Clash Magazine, BBC 1 and 6 Radio.

Sneaky Pete's, 73 Cowgate, Edinburgh, EH1 1JW
2022-02-09

Leading-edge Canadian pop/folk trio The East Pointers have always been furiously energetic, musically complex and technically brilliant, and now a family grounding as the seventh generations of traditional Prince Edward Island and Ontario-based Celtic players and writers has effortlessly parlayed into the folk/pop arena.

Fiddle tunes are grounded in irresistible EDM-style bass lines, a dirty Americana exploration that turns on a dime into a light-hearted guitar feature, playful keyboard tones that turn traditional solos into urgent dance-party journeys, and perfect pop songs weighted by undeniable musical chops. Award winning, virtuoso Uilleann Piper Calum Stewart’s powerful and lyrical playing style, is rooted in the traditional music of his native Northern Scotland. His distinct musical voice has been developed through collaborations within the Scottish and Irish traditions, and won him the MG ALBA Scottish Traditional Instrumentalist of the Year 2018

Sneaky Pete's, 73 Cowgate, Edinburgh, EH1 1JW
2022-02-11

Columbia, formed in late 2017, are a new Rock ‘n’ Roll, guts ‘n’ glory powerhouse coming out of the North West. Created by a working-class group of friends with no musical experience, Columbia are obsessed with being a proper old school Rock ‘n’ Roll band, the likes of which haven’t been seen for many years.

Columbia found their influences with great bands such as The Verve, Oasis, Rolling Stones, Stone Roses & The Beatles, as well as the underground dance music & techno scene having a huge influence on them. Columbia are ready to bring the best of British Rock back with a fresh new sound – come along for the ride ?

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Ahead of your show at Sneaky Pete’s we kindly ask that you have a look at our rules:

* Proof of vaccination may be mandatory at the time of this show

* Please take a lateral flow test before you come to the venue 

* Don’t come if you test positive or have any symptoms

* Check in on our Test & Protect QR code on arrival

* Wear a face covering unless drinking or dancing

* Wear a face covering when ordering at the bar

* Use the hand sanitiser

* Please be respectful of others and leave space when moving around the venue or queueing

* Please don’t high five, handshake or hug staff

Sneaky Pete's, 73 Cowgate, Edinburgh, EH1 1JW
2022-02-12

Rescheduled date – original tickets still valid

Nova Twins are a genre-bending duo consisting of lead vocalist/guitarist Amy Love & bassist Georgia South. Innovative in every element of what they do as artists, whether that’s performing to moshing crowds & packed out tents, art directing their own music videos or designing & making their outfits for all photoshoots & stage-wear. Described as “devilishly-heavy & vivid punk-rock” by NME, “grunge-pop” by the Independent & “amalgamation of raw punk energy, illegal rave electronics & unapologetic grimey attitude” by PRS

Their debut album Who Are The Girls? produced by Jim Abbiss (Adele, Arctic Monkeys, Kasabian) was released to critical acclaim from publications such as Clash, Kerrang, Dork, NME & Alternative Press. Lead singles ‘Devil’s Face’, ‘Vortex’, ‘Taxi’ & ‘Play Fair’ have received spins on BBC Radio 1 from Annie Mac, Daniel P Carter & Jack Saunders, as well as BBC Radio 6 from Iggy Pop & Tom Robinson

On tour they’ve supported Wolf Alice, Prophets of Rage, Skunk Anansie. Previous festivals bookings have included Boomtown, Download & Hellfest. 2021 will (covid depending) see slots at Reading & Leeds amongst many others. 

In 2019 Nova Twins were the face of Dr. Martens Alternative A/W campaign & played alongside Fever 333 during their BBC Radio 1 Maida Vale session. In 2020, they won Best UK Breakthrough Band at the Heavy Music Awards. Later that year, they collaborated with Bring Me The Horizon on track ‘1X1’, taken from the No. 1 album – Post Human : Survival Horror. Nova Twins started 2021 with a remix of Gang of Four ‘Where the Nightingale Sings’ alongside Massive Attack‘s 3D/Robert Del Naja.

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Ahead of your show at Sneaky Pete’s we kindly ask that you have a look at our rules:

* Proof of vaccination may be mandatory at the time of this show

* Please take a lateral flow test before you come to the venue 

* Don’t come if you test positive or have any symptoms

* Check in on our Test & Protect QR code on arrival

* Wear a face covering unless drinking or dancing

* Wear a face covering when ordering at the bar

* Use the hand sanitiser

* Please be respectful of others and leave space when moving around the venue or queueing

* Please don’t high five, handshake or hug staff

Sneaky Pete's, 73 Cowgate, Edinburgh, EH1 1JW
2022-02-12

Dictator – a 4 piece hailing from West Lothian, Scotland – are an atmospheric Electronic Indie Pop band here to make you feel the depths of the human soul. Taking inspiration from classic artists such as Primal Scream, Gorillaz and Massive Attack to modern acts like London Grammar , The XX and Alt J.

Launching at the tail end of 2019, the band still managed to perform at sold out gigs across the UK, including their own headline here at Sneaks before the inevitable You-Know-What! However not to be deterred the band have since released a string of singles to critical acclaim, being awarded the ‘Single of the Year’ award in 2020 by publication The Weekender Mag with ‘Days Gone By’, are currently Nominated for a SAMA (Scottish Alternative Music Award) in the Best Rock Category and have Sold Out their first Glasgow Headline Show this coming December. They have also gained consistent support from BBC Introducing, Radio X, Amazing Radio and XS Manchester to name a few, as well as key tastemaker’s like XS Noize, The Skinny, Snack Magazine and This Feeling.

It’s probably a cliché to say it but the band really are just getting started, 2022 is set to be a massive year with lots more to come from Dictator.

Sneaky Pete's, 73 Cowgate, Edinburgh, EH1 1JW
2022-02-16

Leeds six-piece Adult DVD are full of charming synth-pop goodness, infectiously danceable synths and compelling stage energy…for fans of LCD Soundsystem, Soulwax and Metronomy.

Initially born out of a desire to escape lockdown monotony, the band only have a handful of live shows under their belt, including a recent slot at cult favourite London venue Old Blue Last. Having recently played at This Must Be The Place festival in Leeds (w/ Gruff Rhys, Bill Ryder Jones, Yard Act, Wet Leg), the band are now offering the opportunity to witness their energetic live performance right here at Sneaky Pete’s.

Sneaky Pete's, 73 Cowgate, Edinburgh, EH1 1JW
2022-02-18

Forming in the aftermath of a karaoke party, Dry Cleaning are a minimalist, post-punk slanted quartet hailing from London. Their urgent, punky riffs contrast the stoney coolness of lead singer Florence Shaw’s spoken-words, reminiscent of Kim Gordon and Sonic Youth’s iconic Teenage Riot. Catch them at Summerhall with support from the brilliant electronic trio PVA.

Ahead of your show at Sneaky Pete’s we kindly ask that you have a look at our rules:

* Proof of vaccination may be mandatory at the time of this show

* Please take a lateral flow test before you come to the venue 

* Don’t come if you test positive or have any symptoms

* Check in on our Test & Protect QR code on arrival

* Wear a face covering unless drinking or dancing

* Wear a face covering when ordering at the bar

* Use the hand sanitiser

* Please be respectful of others and leave space when moving around the venue or queueing

* Please don’t high five, handshake or hug staff

Sneaky Pete's, 73 Cowgate, Edinburgh, EH1 1JW
2022-02-18

Venus are a 5-piece rock band from Leeds, promoting the participation and inclusion of women in alternative music, as well as a safe diverse music scene. Aiming to bring a positive energy of feminism and activism through hard hitting alternative rock and punk influenced music, they also use electronic and ‘astrological’ sounds to amplify their sonic signature. The band have played alongside the likes of Stealing Sheep, Allusinlove and Anteros recently, whilst also having just released their new EP ‘Wicked Things’ to great reviews. Venus and their message demand to be heard. 

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Ahead of your show at Sneaky Pete’s we kindly ask that you have a look at our rules:

* Proof of vaccination may be mandatory at the time of this show

* Please take a lateral flow test before you come to the venue 

* Don’t come if you test positive or have any symptoms

* Check in on our Test & Protect QR code on arrival

* Wear a face covering unless drinking or dancing

* Wear a face covering when ordering at the bar

* Use the hand sanitiser

* Please be respectful of others and leave space when moving around the venue or queueing

* Please don’t high five, handshake or hug staff

Sneaky Pete's, 73 Cowgate, Edinburgh, EH1 1JW
2022-02-19

Unfortunately the following shows are cancelled due to issues with the promoter.

We have given them several opportunities to respond but they have refused, leaving us with no choice to remove these venue hires.

For updates or refunds please refer to the point of purchase.

Sneaky Pete's, 73 Cowgate, Edinburgh, EH1 1JW
2022-02-19

With an inherent passion for infusing a hybrid of 80s nostalgia and melody with modern indie-pop, Glasgow based Easy Days take influence from acts like; The Smiths, DMAs, R.E.M, Blossoms and The Cure. The band have already impressed both fans and critics with selling out their debut show at Broadcast in September 2021.

Sneaky Pete's, 73 Cowgate, Edinburgh, EH1 1JW
2022-02-22

“The Coventry rabble making wonky Britpop for a new generation”

What do you do when you’ve created a monster? Such was the conundrum that Coventry-born, London-based quintet FEET found themselves wincing over one not-so-brilliant lockdown evening in mid-2020. A notion that might sound like it’s taking things a bit too far perhaps, but, as it turns out, taking things a bit too far was exactly the problem in question…

If the band were the class clowns of the UK’s new guitar music scene back in those days, however, they weren’t entirely to blame. Fresh out of uni, FEET had been snapped up by the prestigious management company who worked with Foals and Metallica, so they “just went with it” (the two have since parted ways); thrust into recording their debut album, they began work on it mere weeks after drummer Ben Firth had joined the band, and were still scrabbling together material for its second half whilst the first was being recorded. The fact that what came out – 2019’s ‘What’s Inside Is More Than Just Ham’ (a title they all groan over now) – still burst with earwormy hooks and moments of wonky, idiosyncratic excitement seems testament to the obvious talent that lay beneath the tomfoolery all along. The record gained them support from the likes of NME, DIY and Radio One, alongside support tours with Declan McKenna and backing from ex-Maccabee Felix White’s Yala! Records. For a group that could have been perceived as winging it, they winged it pretty well.

Sneaky Pete's, 73 Cowgate, Edinburgh, EH1 1JW
2022-02-26

EXTC – XTC members reform the legendary band to tour their classic hits, with the stamp of approval of XTC founder Andy Partridge. Highly revered as one of the smartest pop bands of the late 70s, they’ll be playing Mash House on 26th February. Tickets on sale now!

Sneaky Pete's, 73 Cowgate, Edinburgh, EH1 1JW
2022-02-26

Tipped as Big in 2021 by ThisFeeling and with an incredible debut festival slot at the Isle of Wight in their back pocket, the boys are on the cusp of stirring up a storm. Spangled shot onto the scene in Manchester 2019. Spangled’s love for music is infectious, their ‘rock n roll’ attitude blends with heartfelt, witty lyrics and punch-the-air-riffs, proving there’s still decadence in youth. “Manchester boys bring energy and euphoria by the lorry load and the good news is there’s more to come” – GigSlutz “Bright and edgy at the same time” – XS Manchester “Bringing back all the feels of Johnny Marr at his most euphoric Smiths era” – Rebirth of Cool Blogger

“Groove, guitars and swagger galore, these young mancs are on to something” – ThisFeeling

Sneaky Pete's, 73 Cowgate, Edinburgh, EH1 1JW
2022-02-27

Propelled by a fondness for boundless jangle-pop, Toronto’s Ducks Ltd. (formerly Ducks Unlimited) is a duo that operates with the dynamism of a full band: Tom McGreevy (vocals, guitar, bass, keyboards) and Evan Lewis (guitar, bass, drum programming) met at a Dilly Dally show around the time they were both applying for permanent residency and playing in different local bands, quickly recognizing something in each other: a resolute love of underrated ‘80s indiepop a la Sarah Records (for Tom, U.K. groups like Close Lobsters and the Marxist band McCarthy; for Evan, The Go-Betweens and Flying Nun Records).

But impressive knowledge of niche pop music does not make a band: the pair started writing and recording together, taking the time to discover their musical identity. Their critically acclaimed debut EP, Get Bleak, released on Bobo Integral in 2019 and re-released on Carpark in 2021 with three additional songs reveals the key to Ducks Ltd.’s sound: simple charms, just like the music that inspired it, and a project best served when it’s just the two of them trusting the intensity of their creative relationship.

It’s worked out: Ducks Ltd. have played gigs with The Goon Sax, Weyes Blood and Juan Waters; they’ve received glowing praise in publications like Pitchfork, The A.V. Club and NME. But it’s their debut LP, Modern Fiction and its masterful melodies and depressive fun that confirms it: great things are here, and sometimes, all you need is a good friend to realize it.

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Ahead of your show at Sneaky Pete’s we kindly ask that you have a look at our rules:

* Proof of vaccination may be mandatory at the time of this show

* Please take a lateral flow test before you come to the venue 

* Don’t come if you test positive or have any symptoms

* Check in on our Test & Protect QR code on arrival

* Wear a face covering unless drinking or dancing

* Wear a face covering when ordering at the bar

* Use the hand sanitiser

* Please be respectful of others and leave space when moving around the venue or queueing

* Please don’t high five, handshake or hug staff

Sneaky Pete's, 73 Cowgate, Edinburgh, EH1 1JW
2022-03-04

Producer, songwriter and DJ, Shygirl intuitively combines house, industrial hip-hop and club to produce unapologetic tracks that explore sexual desires and taboos. Her most recent releases have seen her collaborate with Slowthai, Nicki Minaj and Mura Masa. This girl is going places.

Sneaky Pete's, 73 Cowgate, Edinburgh, EH1 1JW
2022-03-04
Sneaky Pete's, 73 Cowgate, Edinburgh, EH1 1JW
2022-03-05

Pushing the boundaries, breaking the mould!” – Jack Saunders, BBC Radio 1

“Wow that is terrific- I think my head might explode! I’m not sure I’d be able to cope.” – Steve Lamacq, BBC 6Music

“Turning industry heads” – Hot Press

“…this is no retread – their songs are powering them into vicious new places.” – NME

Quickly following their second single ‘Sofa Surfing’ that lead BBC 6Music’s Steve Lemacq to tout them as one of the next big acts, in addition to performances at the well-established and highly regarded showcases, Ireland Music Week, Eurosonic and SXSW, Belfast mob Enola Gay make their highly anticipated return with the noisier and heavier track ‘Through Men’s Eyes’. Recorded in January 2020 with Chris Ryan (Just Mustard/NewDad/ Robocobra Quartet), Enola spill their disgust with the
Ulster Rugby rape trial, held in their hometown of Belfast; how it was handled, their disdain for lad culture and how the justice system is rigged against women.

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Ahead of your show at Sneaky Pete’s we kindly ask that you have a look at our rules:

* Proof of vaccination may be mandatory at the time of this show

* Please take a lateral flow test before you come to the venue 

* Don’t come if you test positive or have any symptoms

* Check in on our Test & Protect QR code on arrival

* Wear a face covering unless drinking or dancing

* Wear a face covering when ordering at the bar

* Use the hand sanitiser

* Please be respectful of others and leave space when moving around the venue or queueing

* Please don’t high five, handshake or hug staff

Sneaky Pete's, 73 Cowgate, Edinburgh, EH1 1JW
2022-03-07

“Feral Guitar, Torn-from-the-chest lyrics… sensational” – Sunday Times Culture 

“Bryde’s voice, equally stunning and chilling, climbs to a plainspoken conclusion that cuts with its honesty.” – NPR

“A voice that deserves attention” – Consequence of Sound

“Bryde invokes the ambience of Warpaint and emotion of Laura Marling” – Dork (4 Stars)

Sarah Howells released four extraordinary albums with her band Paper Aeroplanes, before branching out solo to become Bryde: “I had ideas that I wasn’t previously able to fully realise, and it was the beginning of a bit of a love story between me and my Burns guitar.”

On her new record ‘The Volume of Things’, written and recorded between London and Berlin, Sarah explores the grip of the midnight worries that keep us awake long after dark. “Looking for some way to get it right,” she sings, “the things you think to yourself at night”. Produced by Thomas Mitchener (Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes, The Futureheads), Howells describes the record’s expansive feel as being like “the calm before the storm – before the true calm that I’m working towards.”

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Ahead of your show at Sneaky Pete’s we kindly ask that you have a look at our rules:

* Proof of vaccination may be mandatory at the time of this show

* Please take a lateral flow test before you come to the venue 

* Don’t come if you test positive or have any symptoms

* Check in on our Test & Protect QR code on arrival

* Wear a face covering unless drinking or dancing

* Wear a face covering when ordering at the bar

* Use the hand sanitiser

* Please be respectful of others and leave space when moving around the venue or queueing

* Please don’t high five, handshake or hug staff

Sneaky Pete's, 73 Cowgate, Edinburgh, EH1 1JW
2022-03-08

By her own admission, Roxanne de Bastion was a “weird kid”. Smiling at the memory today, she recalls, “Being really frustrated with myself around the age of seven or eight and saying to my musician dad… ‘But when am I going to write a song?’ And he would just say, ‘You’ll write a song when you’ve got something to say.’ Take your time, it’s fine.” These words of reassurance are set to be proven prophetic with the release of Roxanne’s second album, You And Me, We Are The Same, a record that sees the now London-based singer- songwriter finding her authentic voice, while channelling the pain of her father’s death last year.

Thematically, the record proves wide-ranging in its focus, finding Roxanne warning society against repeating past horrors and ruminating on the perils of underestimating people, inspired by the story of megasavant Kim Peek.

This approach is reflected beautifully in a record that ultimately examines what it means to be human, and that does so with the utmost sensitivity. And with it, Roxanne de Bastion has not only done justice to the memory of her late-father, but has cemented her status as a vital voice in the singer-songwriter sphere.

Sneaky Pete's, 73 Cowgate, Edinburgh, EH1 1JW
2022-03-10

Juniore are a French indie pop quartet from Paris led by singer/songwriter Anna Jean.

Before forming Juniore in 2013, Anna Jean collaborated with Samy Osta in an indie folk duo called Domingo, who released one LP in 2008. In the following years, her mysterious, sultry vocals would lead her to collaborations within the Parisian electro scene, appearing as a guest vocalist for artists like Jackson & His Computerband and Bot’Ox.

Working again with Osta, she formed Juniore originally as a duo, later expanding into a quartet. Mixing modern indie pop sensibilities with elements of retro French pop, dark, twangy surf guitar, and a vocal style that falls somewhere between Cat Power and Françoise Hardy, Juniore released their debut 7″ single, “Christine” b/w “Dans le Noir,” in late 2013 on the Parisian Enterprise label.

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Ahead of your show at Sneaky Pete’s we kindly ask that you have a look at our rules:

* Proof of vaccination may be mandatory at the time of this show

* Please take a lateral flow test before you come to the venue 

* Don’t come if you test positive or have any symptoms

* Check in on our Test & Protect QR code on arrival

* Wear a face covering unless drinking or dancing

* Wear a face covering when ordering at the bar

* Use the hand sanitiser

* Please be respectful of others and leave space when moving around the venue or queueing

* Please don’t high five, handshake or hug staff

Sneaky Pete's, 73 Cowgate, Edinburgh, EH1 1JW
2022-03-14

Maastricht’s Yin Yin explore the potentialities of the psychedelic, danceable South East Asian music from the 60’s and 70’s, blending disco, funk, electro from all over the world into a unique type of genre.

Sneaky Pete's, 73 Cowgate, Edinburgh, EH1 1JW
2022-03-19

Provocative and experimental, Ditz’s steel splitting style is influenced by 90s noise rock and will wow fans of The Murder Capital and Girl Band. They have received praise from some of the IDLES and Slaves, and their magnetic live performances set them apart from their contemporaries.

Ahead of your show at Sneaky Pete’s we kindly ask that you have a look at our rules:

* Proof of vaccination may be mandatory at the time of this show

* Please take a lateral flow test before you come to the venue 

* Don’t come if you test positive or have any symptoms

* Check in on our Test & Protect QR code on arrival

* Wear a face covering unless drinking or dancing

* Wear a face covering when ordering at the bar

* Use the hand sanitiser

* Please be respectful of others and leave space when moving around the venue or queueing

* Please don’t high five, handshake or hug staff

Sneaky Pete's, 73 Cowgate, Edinburgh, EH1 1JW
2022-03-23

This is not an upgrade of the November show, it’s a separate extra show due to phenomenal demand.

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Ahead of your show at Sneaky Pete’s we kindly ask that you have a look at our rules:

* Proof of vaccination may be mandatory at the time of this show

* Please take a lateral flow test before you come to the venue 

* Don’t come if you test positive or have any symptoms

* Check in on our Test & Protect QR code on arrival

* Wear a face covering unless drinking or dancing

* Wear a face covering when ordering at the bar

* Use the hand sanitiser

* Please be respectful of others and leave space when moving around the venue or queueing

* Please don’t high five, handshake or hug staff

Sneaky Pete's, 73 Cowgate, Edinburgh, EH1 1JW
2022-03-25

AGP presents

OpenPlan
plus support

Friday 29 May 2020
Sneaky Pete’s, Edinburgh
7pm
14+ (14-17yo to be accompanied by an adult)

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Ahead of your show at Sneaky Pete’s we kindly ask that you have a look at our rules:

* Proof of vaccination may be mandatory at the time of this show

* Please take a lateral flow test before you come to the venue 

* Don’t come if you test positive or have any symptoms

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* Please don’t high five, handshake or hug staff

Sneaky Pete's, 73 Cowgate, Edinburgh, EH1 1JW
2022-03-26
Sneaky Pete's, 73 Cowgate, Edinburgh, EH1 1JW
2022-03-27

Indie rock trio William The Conqueror might well have just dropped one of 2021’s sleeper hits. It’s a record of cuts and bruises, wrapped within bittersweet leftfield rock n roll tunes. The band is fronted by Ruarri Joseph, a wry, patient storyteller, who has managed enough living to portray a world-weary wisdom in his words, but balances it all with enough optimism to suggest he hasn’t quite lived. ‘Maverick Thinker’ is a record of short, sharp shots to the arm. Fuzzy college rock with chops, one foot lingering menacingly over the distortion pedal.   Recorded in LA at the infamous Sound City Studios, Ruarri, Naomi Holmes (bass) and Harry Harding (drums) rattled through the album’s ten tunes at a breakneck speed. Which turns out to have been a good thing, because the sessions were cut short as the pandemic took grip. With the studio doors locked, the band spent a final, eerie day wandering a deserted Venice Beach before flying home early, but with the record already in the can. All that chaos brings a certain unpredictability to an album that nods to some of the US lo-fi greats and yet arrives at something innately British.

Praised for their grit and authenticity by The Guardian and NPR’s Ann Powers, their live performances have drawn wildly enthusiastic comparisons to Kings of Leon, Nirvana, Buffalo Tom and The Marshall Tucker Band.

“deeply grooved talking swamp-grunge blues” Mojo ???? “instant classic” Uncut “songs that seep deep into the system” Paste Magazine

Ahead of your show at Sneaky Pete’s we kindly ask that you have a look at our rules:

* Proof of vaccination may be mandatory at the time of this show

* Please take a lateral flow test before you come to the venue 

* Don’t come if you test positive or have any symptoms

* Check in on our Test & Protect QR code on arrival

* Wear a face covering unless drinking or dancing

* Wear a face covering when ordering at the bar

* Use the hand sanitiser

* Please be respectful of others and leave space when moving around the venue or queueing

* Please don’t high five, handshake or hug staff

Sneaky Pete's, 73 Cowgate, Edinburgh, EH1 1JW
2022-04-08

Isle of Lewis native, Rosie H Sullivan, steps out for her debut headline show following the release of her acclaimed single, ‘So It Is’. Her personal and thought provoking lyrics give shades of Laura Marling and Phoebe Bridgers. 

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Sneaky Pete's, 73 Cowgate, Edinburgh, EH1 1JW
2022-04-09

Tellison are a four-piece alternative rock band from Hammersmith in West London. The four met after an earthquake on the Isle of Arran. Their powerful, guitar driven indie rock has gained them recognition, being featured on the hit comedy “The Inbetweeners” and have shared stages with bands like Biffy Clyro, Noah and the Whale, Tubelord, Hot Club de Paris, Johnny Foreigner and many many more. They have released a few EPs and two full length albums, entitled “Contact! Contact!” and “The Wages of Fear”.

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Sneaky Pete's, 73 Cowgate, Edinburgh, EH1 1JW
2022-04-12

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In 2020, there are more ways than ever to get your name out there. Stars are born on Soundcloud or via Instagram; musicians can cultivate a whole following without having ever played a note outside of their bedrooms. It’s a new type of opportunity, but it’s also one that lacks the romance and community of a youth spent around like-minded souls. And, as The Howl & The Hum’s chief singer and songwriter Sam Griffiths discovered after years embedded in York’s artistic open mic scene, it’s those experiences that really whip you into shape. After moving to York, Griffiths was hanging out at open mic and poetry nights, a strange Yorkshire version of Greenwich Village in the 60s, and it was through these nights that Sam would go on to meet bassist Bradley Blackwell, drummer Jack Williams and guitarist Conor Hirons.

With a magpie mentality they cut their teeth playing in and learning from local bands and busking, with a strong songwriting core and an inventive, progressive view on what place guitar music has in today’s culture. Their inspirations ranging from Leonard Cohen and Phoebe Bridgers to Lizzo and Kendrick Lamar, and have been likened to Massive Attack, Radiohead and Alt-J.

The Howl & the Hum are now gearing up for the release of their debut album, the unluckily titled ‘Human Contact’.

Sneaky Pete's, 73 Cowgate, Edinburgh, EH1 1JW
2022-04-14

One thing you won’t be able to avoid on Bambara’s Stray is death. It’s everywhere and inescapable, abstract and personified – perhaps the key to the whole record. Death, however, won’t be the first thing that strikes you about the group’s fourth – and greatest – album to date. That instead will be its pulverising soundscape; by turns, vast, atmospheric, cool, broiling and at times – on stand out tracks like “Sing Me To The Street” and “Serafina” – simply overwhelming

Bambara – twin brothers Reid and Blaze Bateh, singer/guitarist and drummer respectively, and bassist William Brookshire – have been evolving their midnight-black noise into something more subtle and expansive ever since the release of their 2013 debut Dreamviolence. That process greatly accelerated on 2018’s Shadow On Everything, their first on New York’s Wharf Cat Records and a huge stride forward for the band both lyrically and sonically.

The album was rapturously received by the press, listeners and their peers. NPR called it a “mesmerising…western, gothic opus,” Bandcamp called the “horror-house rampage” “one of the year’s most gripping listens,” and Alexis Marshall of Daughters named it his “favorite record of 2018.” Shadow also garnered much acclaim on the other side of the Atlantic. Influential British 6Music DJ Steve Lamacq, dubbed them the best band of 2019’s SXSW, and Joe Talbot of the UK band IDLES said, “The best thing I heard last year was easily Bambara and their album Shadow On Everything.” The question was, though, how to follow it?

To start, the band did what they always do: they locked themselves in their windowless Brooklyn basement to write. Decisions were made early on to try and experiment with new instrumentation and song structures, even if the resulting compositions would force the band to adapt their storied live set, known for its tenacity and technical prowess. Throughout the songwriting process, the band pulled from their deep well of creative references, drawing on the likes of Leonard Cohen, Ennio Morricone, Sade, classic French noir L’Ascenseur Pour L’Echafraud, as well as Southern Gothic stalwarts Flannery O’Connor and Harry Crews.

Once the building blocks were set in place, they met with producer Drew Vandenberg, who mixed Shadow On Everything, in Athens, GA to record the foundation of Stray. After recruiting friends Adam Markiewicz (The Dreebs) on violin, Sean Smith (Klavenauts) on trumpet and a crucial blend of backing vocals by Drew Citron (Public Practice) and Anina Ivry-Block (Palberta), Bambara convened in a remote cabin in rural Georgia, where Reid laid down his vocals.

The finished product represents both the band’s most experimental and accessible work to date. The addition of Citron and Ivory-Block’s vocals create a hauntingly beautiful contrast to Bateh’s commanding baritone on tracks like “Sing Me to the Street”, “Death Croons” and “Stay Cruel,” while the Dick Dale inspired guitar riffs on “Serafina” and “Heat Lightning” and the call-and-response choruses throughout the album showcase Bambara’s ability to write songs that immediately demand repeat listens.

While the music itself is evocative and propulsive, a fever dream all of its own, the lyrical content pushes the record even further into its own darkly thrilling realm. If the songs on Shadow On Everything were like chapters in a novel, then this time they’re short stories. Short stories connected by death and its effect on the characters in contact with it. “Death is what you make it” runs a lyric in “Sweat,” a line which may very well be the thread that ties these stories together.

But it would be wrong to characterize Stray as simply the sound of the graveyard. Light frequently streams through and, whether refracted through the love and longing found on songs like “Made for Me” or the fantastical nihilism on display in tracks like the anthemic “Serafina,” reveals this album to be the monumental step forward that it is. Here Bambara sound like they’ve locked into what they were always destined to achieve, and the effect is nothing short of electrifying.

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Sneaky Pete's, 73 Cowgate, Edinburgh, EH1 1JW
2022-04-15

Due to demand, we’ve added a second date for Bambara, over from NYC.

One thing you won’t be able to avoid on Bambara’s Stray is death. It’s everywhere and inescapable, abstract and personified – perhaps the key to the whole record. Death, however, won’t be the first thing that strikes you about the group’s fourth – and greatest – album to date. That instead will be its pulverising soundscape; by turns, vast, atmospheric, cool, broiling and at times – on stand out tracks like “Sing Me To The Street” and “Serafina” – simply overwhelming

Bambara – twin brothers Reid and Blaze Bateh, singer/guitarist and drummer respectively, and bassist William Brookshire – have been evolving their midnight-black noise into something more subtle and expansive ever since the release of their 2013 debut Dreamviolence. That process greatly accelerated on 2018’s Shadow On Everything, their first on New York’s Wharf Cat Records and a huge stride forward for the band both lyrically and sonically.

The album was rapturously received by the press, listeners and their peers. NPR called it a “mesmerising…western, gothic opus,” Bandcamp called the “horror-house rampage” “one of the year’s most gripping listens,” and Alexis Marshall of Daughters named it his “favorite record of 2018.” Shadow also garnered much acclaim on the other side of the Atlantic. Influential British 6Music DJ Steve Lamacq, dubbed them the best band of 2019’s SXSW, and Joe Talbot of the UK band IDLES said, “The best thing I heard last year was easily Bambara and their album Shadow On Everything.” The question was, though, how to follow it?

To start, the band did what they always do: they locked themselves in their windowless Brooklyn basement to write. Decisions were made early on to try and experiment with new instrumentation and song structures, even if the resulting compositions would force the band to adapt their storied live set, known for its tenacity and technical prowess. Throughout the songwriting process, the band pulled from their deep well of creative references, drawing on the likes of Leonard Cohen, Ennio Morricone, Sade, classic French noir L’Ascenseur Pour L’Echafraud, as well as Southern Gothic stalwarts Flannery O’Connor and Harry Crews.

Once the building blocks were set in place, they met with producer Drew Vandenberg, who mixed Shadow On Everything, in Athens, GA to record the foundation of Stray. After recruiting friends Adam Markiewicz (The Dreebs) on violin, Sean Smith (Klavenauts) on trumpet and a crucial blend of backing vocals by Drew Citron (Public Practice) and Anina Ivry-Block (Palberta), Bambara convened in a remote cabin in rural Georgia, where Reid laid down his vocals.

The finished product represents both the band’s most experimental and accessible work to date. The addition of Citron and Ivory-Block’s vocals create a hauntingly beautiful contrast to Bateh’s commanding baritone on tracks like “Sing Me to the Street”, “Death Croons” and “Stay Cruel,” while the Dick Dale inspired guitar riffs on “Serafina” and “Heat Lightning” and the call-and-response choruses throughout the album showcase Bambara’s ability to write songs that immediately demand repeat listens.

While the music itself is evocative and propulsive, a fever dream all of its own, the lyrical content pushes the record even further into its own darkly thrilling realm. If the songs on Shadow On Everything were like chapters in a novel, then this time they’re short stories. Short stories connected by death and its effect on the characters in contact with it. “Death is what you make it” runs a lyric in “Sweat,” a line which may very well be the thread that ties these stories together.

But it would be wrong to characterize Stray as simply the sound of the graveyard. Light frequently streams through and, whether refracted through the love and longing found on songs like “Made for Me” or the fantastical nihilism on display in tracks like the anthemic “Serafina,” reveals this album to be the monumental step forward that it is. Here Bambara sound like they’ve locked into what they were always destined to achieve, and the effect is nothing short of electrifying.

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Sneaky Pete's, 73 Cowgate, Edinburgh, EH1 1JW
2022-04-16

Outstanding singer-songwriter from Long Island Laura Stevenson hits a career artistic high with her eponymous 6th album.

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Sneaky Pete's, 73 Cowgate, Edinburgh, EH1 1JW
2022-04-18

Lazy Habits is a 6-piece group influenced by New Orleans Jazz, Soul and Hip Hop, blast their sound into the 21st century with gritty rolling beats and slick lyrics about modern British culture and urban like inspired by their home, East London

After their self titled debut album reached the top 10 in the I-Tunes Uk Hip Hop Chart, Lazy Habits released their follow up “The Atrocity Exhibition” in April 2016. The first single “The Breath” received plays from 6music and accumulated of 310,000 youtube views and starred Taron Egerton (Legend, Kingsman The Secret Service). Lazy Habits again charted in the top 10 iTunes Hip Hop chart in the UK, along with charting across Europe. Today both albums are still in the Deezer charts in Austria.

Across the years Lazy Habit have collaborated with renowned names of the industry including, DJ Premier, Reeps One, Dizrali, Baby Sol, Hackney Colliery Band and Joshua Whitehouse.

Sneaky Pete's, 73 Cowgate, Edinburgh, EH1 1JW
2022-04-20

As the frontman of The Pains of Being Pure at Heart, Kip Berman wrote songs about the thrills and ills of young adult life with the care and concern of a cool older sibling. In the years since he made his last record with his former band, Berman discovered an unvarnished, broken folk rock sound in The Natvral – a marked departure from his previous work.

Recorded over 7 days with producer Andy Savours (My Bloody Valentine, Black Country New Road, The Pains of Being Pure at Heart), his debut solo record Tethers is as raw in sound as it is nuanced and empathetic in its lyricism. Without effect pedals, overdubs or even a metronome, the resulting album feels free and unpretentious, recalling the strident obliqueness of Bob Dylan and Neil Young’s sonic primitivism – but drawn from a set of vividly detailed experiences all Berman’s own.

Sneaky Pete's, 73 Cowgate, Edinburgh, EH1 1JW
2022-04-22

AGP presents WOJTEK THE BEAR
+ Swiss Portrain

Sneaky Pete's, 73 Cowgate, Edinburgh, EH1 1JW
2022-04-23

Rachel Chinouriri is a singer/songwriter from Croydon, her family moved to the UK from Zimbabwe not long before she was born.

Rachel’s traditional African upbringing led to curiosity about her British cultural surroundings, and as a teenager she fell in love with acts such as Daughter and Lily Allen as well as the developing London Rap and Alternative scene. Rachel’s ambition blossomed early and at the age of 17, she wrote and recorded a number of tracks on her mum’s laptop using a £20 microphone and dropped them on Soundcloud.

Rachel has also proved her prowess as an incredible live performer, whilst supporting Celeste, Sam Fender and Lianne La Havas, as well as selling out her biggest show to date at Moth Club. In 2020 collaborative release ‘The River Bend’ with Subculture, was championed by Michaela Coel during her critically acclaimed series ‘I May Destroy You’, when it soundtracked a pivotal scene in the series.

Sneaky Pete's, 73 Cowgate, Edinburgh, EH1 1JW
2022-04-26

Blossoming into a seven-piece for their tour, expect nothing less than melodic ballroom ballads, sun-drenched indie-pop and orchestral numbers telling stories of love, loss and the end of the world.

Highly revered by established musical institutions – including DIY, Line of Best Fit and Clash – as well as musical icons – Huw Stephens and even Sir Elton John himself – Honey Moon will not disappoint.

Sneaky Pete's, 73 Cowgate, Edinburgh, EH1 1JW
2022-04-29

Starting the year with support slots for Grammy Award winners One Republic, and two time Brit Award winner Lewis Capaldi, whilst self-releasing his third single Million Miles, Greg Pearson, the Scottish singer-songwriter is back and bringing in 2020 with a bang.

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Sneaky Pete's, 73 Cowgate, Edinburgh, EH1 1JW
2022-05-11

Atlanta pool rock <3

Honey-sweet, dreamy indie-pop reminiscent of Best Coast and Alvvays.

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Sneaky Pete's, 73 Cowgate, Edinburgh, EH1 1JW
2022-05-21

New York trio create pop-psychedelic soulfulness with chill, slightly jazzy bedroom-pop reveries. The band is gearing up to announce their anticipated forthcoming LP

Sneaky Pete's, 73 Cowgate, Edinburgh, EH1 1JW
2022-05-27

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Sneaky Pete's, 73 Cowgate, Edinburgh, EH1 1JW
2022-06-08

“This is a group of musicians called Gravedancer. We’re from Arkansas but we only own up to half the stereotypes.”

Jangly folk/Americana from the underbelly of Arkansas.

Sneaky Pete's, 73 Cowgate, Edinburgh, EH1 1JW
2022-06-09

Broken Chanter is the adopted name of David MacGregor, who spent over a decade as the principal songwriter of Alt-pop darlings Kid Canaveral.

‘A stunning stately debut’ – The Skinny

‘Poignant electro-futurist folk (where) one of the elements which resonates most clearly throughout is MacGregor’s continuing ability with a shining pop chorus’ – The Scotsman

Sneaky Pete's, 73 Cowgate, Edinburgh, EH1 1JW
2022-06-24

Armed with only an old telecaster that’s seen better days and her voice, Malco has toured the UK and mainland Europe extensively with the likes of Julien Baker, Jenny Lewis, Bob Mould, Dawes and The Joy Formidable.

Malco is set to release her debut album, ‘Failures’ on 5th June 2020 on 6131 Records (Julien Baker, Worriers).

“Bracing and infectious rock-and-roll blowout” NPR

“There’s a powerful vulnerability at the core of Malco’s music, delivered with a resolute self-assurance as she bares her soul, that makes her such a remarkable songwriter.” LONDON IN STEREO

“Bruised, bloodied but unwavering, Katie Malco is a fighter staring down existential and everyday crises. 4****”DORK

“A surging return” CLASH

“Trembling and raw” STEREOGUM

“She’s poised to gain even more traction” CONSEQUENCE OF SOUND

“Soon enough, up-and-coming singer-songwriter Katie Malco won’t be so ‘up-and-coming’ anymore” PASTE MAG

“If you’re into stuff like, say, the new Ratboys and Soccer Mommy albums, you’ll probably wanna hear this too.” BROOKLYN VEGAN

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Sneaky Pete's, 73 Cowgate, Edinburgh, EH1 1JW
2022-11-03

With a kind word and a mean yodel, Nick hopes to put the ‘Try’ in country. Wielding an ethereal croon and masterful whistle crafted from a lifetime chasing lizards through the Ozark hills, Nick Shoulders is a living link to roots of country music with a penchant for the absurd – coming across like Mac DeMarco born in the wrong century. 

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