Derrick Gee


Derrick's a selector from Sydney, now residing in London.

A serious fan of spiritual jazz, noodling blues, 70's dream pop and gut-wrenching soul, he's a resident on NTS Radio and formerly a host on Brussels' LDBK, making a name for himself blending far-flung gems with much-adored classics.



ELLES is a DJ, artist & producer from London with residencies on Radio Quantica (Lisbon) and Netil Radio.

With current releases on Berlin imprint Love On The Rocks and South London label Ears Have Eyes she and can be found playing regularly across London and Europe.

Ashley Casselle


A veteran of the dance scene, producer and DJ Ashley Casselle has played at the world’s most prestigious venues including Space in Ibiza, LA's Giant and Womb in Japan.

He's toured the USA and Russia extensively, played on stellar lineups at the world’s best events, had his own room at Bedrock, played at premium UK summer events and made it into the ever-controversial DJ Mag’s Top 100 DJ poll. He’s even had his photograph in the National Portrait Gallery as part of a DJ coffee table book.

Come and hear Ashley play some of the the forward-thinking, lush electronica that he's made a career of.

Nick Shearer


It's deep balearic grooves all night long as we welcome back south coastin' Nick Shearer.

Iko Chérie


Sunday favourite Marie – nom de guerre Iko Chérie – is back, bringing more of her premium French rooted, pop-tinged, laid back and breezy selections.

Numero Group: Factory Outlet Tour ft. Guest DJs


Numero Group, one of North America's finest reissue labels, are bringing their popular Factory Outlet Tour from downtown Chicago to Spiritland all day on Sunday 14th October.

Rummage through thousands of overstock LPs, 45s, CDs and more from their vast catalogue at special prices in between cocktails and guest DJs throughout the day:

Dean Rudland
Alec Palao (Ace Records)
Rich Machin (Soulsavers)

Plus a special guest.

Avi Del Mono


Malaga-raised Avi has nurtured an acquired taste over the years. His aptly-named Hear No Evil show on NTS & Radar Radio has become a landing spot for hip-hop, jazz, soul and warm electronica – nothing but good music that steers away from the mainstream.

Now residing in London, the part-time photographer has worked alongside influential communities including Boiler Room, NTS and Livin' Proof.

Jon Tye


Though we already knew of Jon through his work with Pete Fowler as Seahawks, it was his mid-afternoon set at Port Eliot this summer that reminded us to get in touch: easy breezy not-quite-disco played on one cassette tape, precipitation and other ambient sounds played on another, with both sets of sounds having been put through some degree of phaser. Perfection.

Jon's been playing records for over 20 years and making music way longer. He runs the Lo Recordings label along with the Lo Editions music library and the Ocean Moon label. In the past he's recorded for R&S, Ninja Tune, Rising High, Jive and more.

The most recent Seahawks release 'Eternal Beams' features new age legend Laraaji and is a good indicator of where Jon's head is at right now. Expect lots of deep new age music, along with expansive electronic landscapes and some smooth beats.

Jon also makes music under the names Cherry Garcia, Brain Machine, Pink Fluid and Beach Wizards.

Anthony Teasdale


Bringing the balearic sounds of sunkissed Liverpool to our city comes Umbrella Magazine editor and King's Cross local Anthony Teasdale.

Expect synth-led island bubblers and the odd Beatles track. Spot on.

Ricardo Paris


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

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

Umberto Saba


Umberto Saba, long time DJ and producer from the last Italian disco renaissance, is a compulsive record collector inspired by the baia grandfathers and Italian avant-garde masters.

Driving force behind the infamous Florentine disco night first to host Prins Thomas, Theo Parrish, Stevie Kotey and many others from 2005 to 2012.

Umberto has released tracks with David Love Calo as 'Loudtone' on Mantra Vibes, Slow-motion, Kindisch, Phonica and Jolly Jams.

Flo Dill


If you're a fan of Flo's superb NTS radio shows – which we are – you'll understand why we're thrilled to have her back for an evening of truly open-minded record spinning.



Izaak Gray and Nicola Robinson’s Earthboogie is the musical incarnation of their love of all things intergalactic and tribal.

Afro-cosmic vibes meet rock guitars, disco riffs, vintage synthesizers and heavy African drums, both in their DJ sets and analogue-heavy studio, The Control Room. Come and hear them in action.



Hollick last joined us alongside his pal Gabriel Szatan, with whom he shares a love of "prettiness, colour and melody" in music.

That's what first led them to crystallise their friendship with their label, party and sometime radio show No Bad Days. His taste knows no bounds, so this promises to be a great night.

The Pickle Factory


Pickle Factory dons Toby & Hamish bring their very best deep house, electronica and obscure hip-hop – among other signature sounds – for another Thursday evening session.

Pete Fowler


Super-talented artist and all-round superb egg Pete brings the good vibes on this Friday night.

He'll wheel in his well-travelled bag of smooth bangers, yacht rock, gentle funk and Adult Oriented Rock ribticklers.

Check out his OPEN show on Soho for a taste of his taste.



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.



No other DJs have been better groomed to steer Melbourne in the right direction as scruffy duo Otologic.

Whether they’re growing their own local residencies, bringing international talent to Melbourne, releasing new music on their label, being called upon to warm up touring legends or transmit their monthly radio show for NTS London, Otologic are cult figures of Melbourne’s underground.

They'll be joined by Piers Harrison (Soft Rocks).