Iko Chérie


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

Steve KIW


Steve KIW has been playing records across the UK and Europe for over 25 years. He is a founder member of the hirsute tribe of record collectors and DJs known as Balearic Assassins Of Love. He hosts a weekly show on 1BTN (having played on pirates and internet radio for the best part of two decades) and has been a regular guest at nights up and down the country including Norman Jay’s Good Times Sound System.

As well as holding down several residencies in the south where he can be heard playing all manner of musical styles Steve hosts covers nights and spends his days unearthing rarely heard gems. He is the author of The Secret List guide to Brighton record shops.

Spiritland Presents: Jónsi (Sigur Rós) – ‘Frakkur 2000-2004’ world premiere (sold out)


Join us in King's Cross for the world premiere of a triple album of unreleased solo electronic music from Jónsi of Sigur Rós, in advance of its official release.

For many years the experiments in minimal electronic music represented on the Frakkur collection were thought lost, owing to a corrupted hard-drive. However, CDRs shared among close friends at the time came to light a decade later, saving the projects from oblivion.

Mastered for the first time for this release, the legacy recordings – totalling 24 tracks – will be played in full and at volume through our world-class sound system.

Tickets for this very special phones-off, lights-down deep listening session are sold out.

Jónsi will not be attending the event.


25/11/2018 12:00 - 17:00

Weekend resident DJ Almo brings a laid-back and very much global session for our loafers and loungers.

Groovy balearica, sunshine soul and funky folk – the ideal soundtrack for a Sunday with family and friends at Spiritland.

Black Sifichi

26/11/2018 19:00 - 23:30

Born in NYC, Black Sifichi spent his early youth moving between there and Glasgow. After having studied with Stella Adler and Ann Raychel, he began performing as an actor in New York's downtown theatre scene.

After seeing The Clash at NY's Palladium and later at Bond's, his attitude toward music and his social vision was radically transformed. In 1982 he left New York to live in London where he met Phil Von of the group Von Magnet. With Steve Weymouth and Anthony Becker they created a 'multimedia' physical slide show for Von Magnet's savage and spectacular performances. Sifichi became the photographer for the group – his photos were used for the artwork of 'El Sexo Surrealista' and the recent double DVD Von Magnet 1983-2013.

Black Sifichi brings with him a whole library of deep ambient music accompanied by his signature spoken word.