Lucid Stannard


Resident and founder of Lucy's Disco and female-centric Womb 2, Lucid Stannard has been spreading her wings rapidly throughout the UK, Berlin, the Med and even Uganda.

Spotted by London’s party heavyweights Percolate in early 2016, they gave her a slot on their stage at Secret Garden Party festival and since then she's played with the likes of John Morales, A Guy Called Gerald, Rune Lindbæk and Mark E to name a few, at parties such as Gottwood, Secret Garden Party, Festival No 6, Love International, Percolate, Future Boogie, Locomotive and the Good Life.

As well as a monthly show on Balamii Radio, Lucid has also recorded mixes for Rinse FM and Slothboogie, who said of her recently, "a definite one to keep your eyes and ears open for".



Man of many musical talents Leonidas graces us with his presence once again.

Jazz, gospel, music with soul. It's all here.



Producer, drummer, percussionist and DJ Nick Woodmansey aka Emanative has produced records for Brownswood, On The Corner, Ninja Tune and most recently a double gatefold LP for Jazzman.

He's also a trustee of Gilles Peterson’s Steve Reid Foundation along with Four Tet and Floating Points, among others.

Whilst his productions have been rooted mainly in deep and spiritual jazz, his eclectic taste and vinyl selections cover all corners of the globe and all genres. Expect all manner of earthly delights from the deep and diverse to the strange and funky.

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.

Spiritland Talks: KPM All Stars


We're honoured to host three luminaries of the library music scene – Alan Hawkshaw, Brian Bennett and John Cameron – who'll be discussing the history made between them in creating some of the world's most iconic TV theme tunes, film scores and library productions in this rare and intimate chat session.

King of the swingers Jonny Trunk – who else? – is your host for the night.

Get ready for some blazing drums and fierce horns from the KPM catalogue on the big system.

Johnny Reckless


Radio DJ and London soul scene veteran Johnny has held residencies at many of the capital's most vibrant clubs, spinning and championing music of black origin for many decades.

An evening of rare grooves awaits.

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.

Ambient Casserole


Marissa Cetin (Resident Advisor) and partner Tim Anderson bring their monthly show to Spiritland, throwing a few beats in too.

Anticipate an autumnal evening of livelier-than-ambient jazz, drone, synth and house sounds.

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.



Producer Darren House aka Diesel is a member of X-Press 2, one half of Moton Records Inc. and a regular contributor to

Expect to hear music from across the spectrum – representative of the breadth of the music sampled, re-edited, remixed and recycled by Diesel throughout his career.



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.

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.

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 with his enviable record collection for a rhythm section-led Saturday.

Ian Dewhirst’s Mastercuts Without Boundaries


Mr Mastercuts, alias Ian Dewhirst – the man responsible for the peerless compilation series – explores his vast collection of jazz, funk and soul-focused music in a long overdue and much anticipated return.

The Lost Mingus Tapes & DJ Tony Higgins


"I’m trying to play the truth of what I am. The reason it’s difficult is because I’m changing all the time." Charles Mingus

Hear lost music from a jazz giant through the Spiritland sound system – days ahead of its official release.

The electrifying recordings took place during Mingus' week-long residency at Detroit's Strata Concert Gallery in February 1973. They were broadcast live by drummer/producer and broadcaster Robert "Bud" Spangler for WDET FM – a public radio station dedicated to jazz.

The performance captured on these tapes is simply breathtaking: five masters of music channeling their greater spirits for an intimate, enraptured audience. It's a time-machine journey into a sensory experience of that evening; listeners glimpse a taste of the furious energy and compositional sophistication of this monumental modern creator and his jazz workshop.

DJ support comes from experienced, deep collector/selector Tony Higgins of BBE Records.

DJ Ritu


World music legend & trailblazing broadcaster DJ Ritu is the voice behind one of the UK’s most definitive global music shows, ‘A World in London’.

Her career began in 1986 as a soul / disco / pop DJ in London, and has led to over three decades of globetrotting in 32 countries as a solo artist and band-leader of Sister India and The Asian Equation.

She joined the BBC in 1991, presenting shows at BBC London, World Service, and also on Kiss FM, National Swedish Radio, and WDR Germany. A pioneering music chameleon, Ritu is the co-founder of cult label Outcaste Records, a Rough Guides CD compiler and the artistic director of the world’s two longest-running club nights – Club Kali and Kuch Kuch Bollywood Nights.

Tropicalia Special with Bento Araujo, EVFB & D.Vyzor


50 years of Tropicalia – a psychedelic Brazilian music session with Bento Araujo, Epic Vinyls from Brazil and D.Vyzor.

Celebrating the second volume of his crowdfunded reference books on rare Brazilian music – Lindo Sonho Delirante 1 & 2 – São Paulo journalist Bento Araujo joins forces with DJs D.Vyzor and EVFB to deliver a night of daring music from Brazil heavily-inspired by the 200 records featured in the books.