Starting out behind two turntables at the age of 14, Michael 'Miché' Davies is a serial crate digger and DJ with a passion for remarkable music.

A Spiritland resident, he enjoys nothing more than genre-spanning marathon sets, with records played from all across the globe. As a radio broadcaster he hosts his radio show the Four Corners Record Club on Bloop London delving further into all sides of his eclectic record collection on a monthly basis.

Miché has seen a rise in demand for his work in the past few years featuring at some of the top spaces across Europe, playing the Rainbow Venues in Birmingham, hosting a slot on Brussels' Kiosk Radio and El Dorado festival being personal highlights. Whether on the radio show or in the club Miché always demonstrates an eclectic and vibrant taste in global music – from Sun Ra to Robert Hood, Gilberto Gil to Idris Muhammad.

Simone Marie


Playing bass for irrepressible stadium rockers Primal Scream would satisfy most musically, but not Simone Marie. Her passion for DJing is as strong as ever and her record box reflects her wildly varied – but always on point – musical tastes.

We're really delighted to have her at Spiritland for a Saturday night to remember.

Anne Frankenstein


Anne is one of our favourite DJs, and one of the finest on the London circuit.

A resident at Spiritland, her strictly-vinyl sets typically feature unfathomably deep selections of disco, funk, soul, jazz, afrobeat and late-night exotica.

Tom Central


Tom's something of a Sunday evening specialist at Spiritland, with his all-encompassing selections earlier in the year hitting exactly the right note.

A DJ, record producer and beat-head with links to Lex and Keep Up! Records – plus a foot in the world of VJing – are solid reasons to come and round off the weekend in fine style with Tom.

Flying Mojito Bros


Two disco bandoleros pioneering their own route through the great electronic wilderness.

With their boots firmly planted in dusty seventies sunsets, their panamerican productions take cosmic country funk to club and festival dancefloors via NYC latin disco and baggy acid house.

Think the first summer of love meeting the second – Crosby, Stills and Nash at the Haçienda, The Doors at Shoom, The Orb at Woodstock.

At Spiritland, they'll be carving a path between the country and latino forms of soul, funk and disco.

Citizen Helene


Citizen Helene is a musician and DJ from London. Her broad-ranging sets span easy disco, boogie, funk, AOR, jazz and more. Probably a sprinkle of emotional pop music too.

In addition to DJing, Helene is a musician and long-term collaborator with artist Mary Epworth, providing synths, backing vocals, percussion and guitar in her live band.

She's played records at various London venues including at a sold out LCD Soundsystem show at Alexandra Palace last year, in addition to several UK music festivals, such as Field Day, Port Eliot and Green Man.

Matthew Halsall (Gondwana Records)


Matthew Halsall is one of the UK's leading figures in jazz. As a composer, producer, trumpeter, DJ and founder of Gondwana Records, Matthew has become a cultural catalyst for modern music, combining his love of spiritual jazz, deep electronica and crafted songwriting across a series of albums.

His Spiritland monthly residency continues where he'll be exploring his musical world in depth and breadth.

Spiritland Talks: Sadie Morgan (sold out)


In the second in a series of evenings of music and conversation at Spiritland in conjunction with New London Architecture, Sadie Morgan sits down with Peter Murray to discuss her inner musical life and inspirations.

Sadie Morgan is a Founding Director of dRMM. She chairs the Independent Design Panel for High Speed Two, is a commissioner of the National Infrastructure Commission and deputy chair of the Thames Estuary 2050 Growth Commission. Sadie was appointed as a Mayor’s design advocate and non-executive director of the Major Project Association in 2017.

Tickets are £79.00 (inc. booking fee) and include a welcome drink and three course meal, with 10% of proceeds going to the Hendy/Murray Fund, which champions diversity and accessibility in architectural training.

Hot Mule & Secousse present: Cosmic Sounds


French reissue label and internet radio station friends Hot Mule and Secousse put their latest release on the Spiritland album cover altar, in celebration of a Nigerian disco lost classic.

They'll be playing the repress of N'Draman-Blintch's impossibly rare LP "Cosmic Sounds", complemented by a wealth of other lustrous West African music, and more.

Ricardo Paris


Weekend resident-for-a-reason Ricardo eases us from afternoon to evening with an all-vinyl blend of worldwide jazz, soul, gospel, funk and more.

A regular opportunity to enjoy choice records from a deep, deep collection.

Leo Zero


Producer, DJ, remixer and visual artist Leo Elstob makes a welcome return.

Expect easy-going and long-forgotten house music, balearic oddities, DC go go and jangly indie.

Iko Chérie


Sunday favourite Marie – nom de guerre Iko Chérie – returns for another of her special French inspired, pop-tinged, laid back and breezy selections.

Jon Marsh


Jon Marsh recorded and released music as The Beloved from Peel Session beginnings in 1985 until the release of 'X' in 1996. The project has been cryogenically frozen since then but is beginning to thaw, the catalogue having finally been prised from corporate clutches. Every mix of every track is currently being assembled and prepared for an internet rebirth, plus new material.

From 1992-2005 Jon regularly DJed all over the UK & Europe, plus the USA & Australia. He held monthly residencies at MOS and Fabric, as well as recurring bookings at mainstream and underground house clubs.

Parenthood curtailed the DJ work, but he occasionally resurfaces wielding his take on balearic: "Think eclectic style not flamenco somnambulists". His Spiritland debut will be a scenic route through the unconventional.

Corey & Jack Hemingway


London-based artist Corey steps up with the freshest of selections to start another week of world class sounds, alongside her brother Jack.

The Hemingway sound? Smooth, groovy soul, easy disco and choice international cuts. A perfect Monday night.

Teleman – Family Of Aliens Listening Party


To celebrate the release of their new album Family Of Aliens, Teleman – and their label Moshi Moshi Records – bring together an otherworldly selection of musical delights.

Come and hear the records that have influenced the band's sound before they set off on a tour of the UK and Europe.

Rhythm Doctor


Simply put, Rhythm Doctor is a supreme DJ. His knowledge and passion for classy music is second to none and it's backed up with the skill to effortlessly blend those beautiful grooves into a wonderful evening of sounds. This session is not to be missed.

Quite possibly one of the country's longest-serving club DJs, Chris began on the 1970s Midlands punk/dub scene, before taking house, boogie, funk and more to London and beyond throughout the 1980s. Now based in Tallinn, Estonia, he joins us for another rare appearance.



DJ, producer and unstoppable collector/selector Wrongtom is back again – this time to coincide conveniently on the same evening that we're screening Babylon at our neighbours, the Everyman Cinema.

Expect a huge box of dub, lovers rock, brit-jazz, funk, synth pop and loads of other records which soundtracked the UK at the time of the film's release – from Kingston and her Caribbean cousins, to Brixton, Birmingham and Bristol.

Spiritland Screen: Babylon


Aswad's Brinsley Forde plays the lead in this tale of London, racism, sound system culture and more.

A killer soundtrack by Dennis Bovell is one of the many things to love about this essential piece of 1980s British cinema.

(Dir: Franco Rosso, 1980)

Eliza Rose


Eliza Rose brings her unique sound to Spiritland once again. If you caught her debut session back in May, you'll know why we're delighted to have her back at the controls for this Friday night session.

A heavyweight record collector with a show on Balamii radio and roots in Flashback Records, Eliza Rose will bring more of her very best funk, soul, jazz and disco sounds.

Vesa Liede


Excellent taste? Check. All vinyl? Check. Weekend resident? Check.

Long time aficionado of all things beats, breaks and B-Boy culture, cratedigger Vesa returns to Spiritland with his enviable record collection for a rhythm section-led Sunday.

Siofra McComb


Wayfaring DJ Siofra McComb has lived in Rotterdam, London and now Berlin, hand-picking records from the many prime shops therein to play to discerning ears across the continent.

With a strong jazz sensibility, Siofra selects her tunes with care and consideration, demonstrating a penchant for the smooth, the sultry and – above all – the spiritual.

Minus Kendal


An old head on young shoulders, weekend resident Minus stops by for another Sunday session.

A weekend worker at Flashback Records and host of his own monthly radio shows on NTS and Balamii, Minus is a natural cratedigger, to be found playing anything from gospel to krautrock, disco and all stops in between.

Markey Funk


Jerusalem-based musician, producer, DJ, turntablist, crate-digger and music archivist Markey Funk is a staple of the Israeli groove scene, from his own projects to his killer funk band, The Apples.

From hip hop beats, a fully sample-based debut album, to remixes for a wide variety of local artists, his musical palette has grown constantly wider and deeper, embracing everything between psychedelia, early electronica and library music.

Bradley Lucke (Statues/Claremont 56)


The Claremont 56 stable's sound is a firm favourite here at Spiritland, and Bradley Lucke – under his Statues moniker – has produced some timeless releases that we return to again and again.

Tonight Bradley digs deep into his cherished record collection, with a few well-known nuggets thrown in for good measure too.

Gabrielle Kwarteng


A first generation Ghanaian-American and New York City native, Gabrielle is often credited for displaying her diverse sonic tastebuds during her sets, which can easily range from Brazilian funk to soul to Chicago house to even '70s West African disco.

She transports her audiences around the globe, seamlessly weaving in obscure genres stemming from every continent – with the probable exception of Antarctica.

Dan Bean


A firm friend of Spiritland before it even existed, Bozak bozo Dan returns play us records new and old from his very solid collection.

Truth be told we're not entirely sure what Dan will play on this occasion, but that matters not – it's always gold.

Rebecca Vasmant


Renowned Glaswegian promoter, DJ and broadcaster Rebecca Vasmant's jazz-infused sets have taken her to many of the coolest and most exciting clubs and festivals that Europe has to offer, so this Friday night session promised to be a pretty special one.

Michelle Kelly


Weekend resident DJ Michelle – exactly one half of balearic island navigators Adventures in Paradise – is back to showcase her latest vinyl acquisitions.

Rita Maia


Lisbon-born, London-based Rita is a DJ at Worldwide FM with Migrant Sounds, her own radio show (and club night). Taking her record bag across the globe in an incessant search for new music, Rita is also a curator for SheSaidSo, an international Women in Music group. As a Creative Director, she is also currently working on a documentary and compilation album focused on African heritage in Lisbon's new dance music scene. We're anticipating rhythmic, rare and engaging records from Rita's lusophone catalogue and beyond.



Weekend resident DJ Almo spins a laid-back and truly global Sunday session.

Groovy balearica, sunshine soul and funky folk – the ideal soundtrack for lounging about with family and friends here.

Greg Boraman


Greg has spun everywhere from Madrid to New York City, and provided DJ support for legends such as Roy Ayers, Betty Lavette, Shuggie Otis, Brian Auger, Carleen Anderson and The Brand New Heavies. Having been involved in London’s soul, funk & jazz scene since the mid 1980s, he's steeped in decades of the finest underground sounds. Greg has been the A&R/creative force behind legendary London soul & jazz record label Freestyle Records since 2010 and signed to the label artists like Omar, Courtney Pine, Carleen Anderson, Brian Auger, Jessica Lauren, The Shaolin Afronauts & Kizzy Crawford.

He is also The Fantastics! Hammond organist/pianist (as he was previously for The Soul Destroyers on Jazzman Records), plus a music writer, radio & TV mouthpiece. This has included weekly spots for many years on the Craig Charles Funk & Soul Show and on BBC TV's The Culture Show.

Expect deep jazz, rare soul, funky folk, reggae, rocksteady & bossa nova and beyond.

Anaïs (Boiler Room)


Paris born and bred Anaïs is based in London where she works as a film maker for Boiler Room.

Her sets are carried out unhurriedly, with no strict music policy, linking together repetitive grooves and textured beats from different parts of the globe.

This is for listeners with a limitless love for sound, who're looking for musical discovery across genres, soundscapes and eras.

Alex Bradley (The Utopia Project)


Tailor, designer, artist, DJ, founder of The Utopia Project and The Love Fever Discotheque Alex Bradley passes through for a night of music to heal and groove to.

A regular NTS show has been the place for a new sound to emerge which has then been showcased at meditations and shakedowns at his own studio club space in N16. The Utopia Project record label has seen the likes of Soichi Terada, Vangelis Katsoulis and Lars Bartkuhn share their spirit on wax and the latest release by Berlin based Japanese artist Alex Kassian is making serious waves all just before the launch of a new reissue label Utopia ‘Originals'.

Alex plans to take us on a journey through spaced-out jazz, ambient and worldly sounds to Italian oddities, minimal, boogie disco, Japanese rarities, balearic goodness, morning music, spiritual ohms and anything that fits the feeling.

Spiritland Talks: Michel Mossessian


In the third in a series of evenings of music and conversation at Spiritland in conjunction with New London Architecture, Michel Mossessian sits down with Peter Murray to discuss his inner musical life and private passions.

Michel Mossessian, Principal of Mossessian Architecture, is a world-class architect delivering acclaimed projects in London and internationally. Consistently at the forefront of new approaches, Michel believes in design that creates engaging spaces to work, live and play. Michel has designed landmark buildings internationally and in London, including the S2 building in King’s Cross.

Tickets are £79.00 (inc. booking fee) and include a welcome drink and three course meal, with 10% of proceeds going to the Hendy/Murray Fund, which champions diversity and accessibility in architectural training.

Concrete Lates x Spiritland: Jane Fitz & Lovefingers


Spiritland is joining forces with Southbank Centre for Concrete Lates, bringing together forward-thinking DJs Lovefingers and Jane Fitz for a night of transportive electronic dance music within the exquisitely-refurbished, cavernous foyer of the Queen Elizabeth Hall.

Jane Fitz's sets are at once recognisable, yet each different from the last. Drawing on music such as deep house, psychedelic techno and early acid, the unique thread that runs through Jane's hypnotic selections takes her from devotee-filled basements to boats, beaches and mountains.

The same 'anything goes' mentality exists too with LA native Lovefingers, whose trademark sounds of underground disco, house and techno comfortably cohabit on the dancefloor. His ESP Institute imprint releases regularly find their way into the bags of heavyhitters like DJ Harvey, Andrew Weatherall and Todd Terje.

Other collaborators on Concrete Lates include names from the cutting edge of electronic music such as Discwoman, Hyperdub Records, Kiasmos and Boiler Room. We're delighted to join these names with this doubled-up night of musical exploration and celebration.

Norsicaa (Soundway Records)


A familiar face behind the decks as well as the counter at Sounds of the Universe record store, Alice's far-reaching repertoire and eclectic taste can be heard on her Soho Radio 'Norsicaa' show, as well as at festivals and events around the world.

Following on from being a main organiser of the ground-breaking Manana Cuba festival in 2016, she keeps busy as Label Manager of the world-respected independent record label Soundway Records.

Mark Greenfield


Regular-for-a-reason selector Mark G checks in for another sweet and soulful afternoon session.

Time Out 50


We're taking over beautiful Granary Square around the corner from us on Saturday 29th September alongside Time Out, to celebrate their half century.

Since we're the musical powerhouse of King's Cross, they've asked us to pull in some amazing party DJs to contribute to the occasion: Alexis Taylor (Hot Chip), Michelle Kelly, Mr Shiver and Anne Frankenstein.

There will be loads else on offer, showcasing the best food, drink and fun available in London right now.

Find tickets and see the other great treats in store via their website.

Six Million Steps


Disco / boogie / soul aficionados the Six Million Steps collective bring back their classy Saturday night sound to Spiritland.

Anne Frankenstein


One of our favourite DJs, and one of the finest on the London circuit.

A resident at Spiritland, her strictly-vinyl sets typically feature unfathomably deep selections of disco, funk, soul, jazz, afrobeat and late-night exotica.

Tim Garcia


Tim Garcia is the creative force behind Música Macondo, a website focusing on jazz, hip hop, latin and West African sounds.

He brings with him his ever-evolving global musical worldview.