Maxwell Pastor


Maxwell Pastor is the man behind Digger's Dozen, a supremely simple concept - a group of heavyweight record collectors play their dozen favourite records - no reissues, no compilations - that's it. Maxwell joins us to play Boogie to Bollywood, Afrobeat to Cosmic and other supreme sounds from his own collection.



East London's DJ Dellores brings the more eclectic side of her immense vinyl collection to Spiritland for the first time, playing an often ambient, sometimes groovy and always exploratory mix of African, electro, and funk, sprinkled with more than a few surprises.

WOLF Music & Medlar


WOLF Music is a London based record label and collective specialising in house but drawing influences from a wide spectrum of musical styles including soul, jazz, brazilian and dub - they're joined by the artist Medlar from the label.



Leonidas makes his welcome return to the Spiritland sound system. His music collection stretches far and wide so expect many unknown treats.

Gop Tun


Notorious Brazilian party crew Gop Tun drop in from São Paulo to bring their take on funk, disco and house.

Musica Macondo & Friends


Tim Garcia is the creative force behind Música Macondo, a website focusing on Jazz, Hip Hop, Latin and West African sounds. He's joined by some of his closest DJ pals to who'll bring their global worldview to Spiritland - an ever-changing shape of music from around the world; its roots, sounds, and influences.

Pete On the Corner


Pete Buckenham digs deeper than most with his releases on On The Corner Records. Sourcing music from the Western Sahara, Morocco, Algeria, Mauritania and often further afield, he presents a bold and vital take on music from around the world.

Jack Pepper


Jack Pepper takes a break from holding it down at Flashback Records to bring the cream of his collection to Spiritland. Afro, latin, jazz, rare groove and more are all on the menu.

Andy Bainbridge & Renata Maris


Andy Bainbridge & Renata Maris join us at Spiritland for an evening of deep crate digging and tropical grooves. The good times start at 8pm sharp.