Spiritland is a cafe and bar in King’s Cross, London, built around a world-class sound system – a one-off, exceptional creation playing original, in-depth musical programming day and night, seven days a week. It’s all about the music, the artist and the listening experience. It’s a place to experience music of all genres and eras, encouraging creativity and exploration.
A cafe and workspace by day, and a cosy bar by night, the venue also hosts Spiritland Sound Studio, a radio production suite where programmes and live broadcasts are regularly produced and broadcast around the world, and a shop selling a hand-picked selection of products for the music lover: from limited-run collaborations with some leading brands, to music on vinyl and CD, headphones, record bags and hard-to-find, museum-quality audio equipment.
Food and drink are overseen by Owen Kenworthy previously of Brawn, Sonnys, Galvin Bistro Deluxe. With a seasonally-changing menu and extensive wine, beer and whisky selection, Spiritland is a cosy space to make all your musical dreams come true, whether accompanied by early morning coffee or late night eating and drinking.
With a musical programme that digs deep into the collections and musical inner lives of some of the world’s leading artists, producers and cultural figures, Spiritland puts the love and passion back into music. With nightly DJ sets, daily album playbacks, a series of talks, interviews, Q&As and even a regular quiz night, Spiritland is paradise for any lover of music, from the aficionado to the curious.
Created as a space to celebrate artistry and indulge the senses, come and let the music move you at Spiritland.
Spiritland. Come home to music.
The remarkable new Spiritland sound system plays all day, every day. Built without compromise, the Spiritland system is entirely bespoke – built by Living Voice and overseen by Kevin Scott. Living Voice represents the pinnacle of high-end audio, manufacturing speakers in their factory in Long Eaton, Nottinghamshire.
It presents music in a clarity, definition and precision rarely heard, with valve amplification from Italian manufacturers Atelier du Triode, a unique rotary mixer from Isonoe, and a selection of audio sources.