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.

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.

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.

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.

Anaïs (Boiler Room)

25/09/2018 19:00 - 23:30

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.

Concrete Lates x Spiritland: Jane Fitz & Lovefingers

Buy tickets / 27/09/2018 22:30 - 02:00

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.