Micky Browne


Micky's laid-back Balearic sets are always a treat, but this time he heads up again from his beachside town with a record box brimful of nothing but breezy, feel-good Saturday nighters. Micky Browne – toast of the coast.

Mark Greenfield


Regular-for-a-reason selector Greeny checks in for another sweet and soulful afternoon session.

Joe Muggs


DJ, journalist and lifelong music obsessive Joe is back for another listening session, bringing plenty more 'soft music for hard times'.

Music for the soul, played from the heart.

Cedric Woo


Co-founder of cult psychedelic soul party Beauty and the Beat parties and top notch selector Cedric brings his treasure trove record bags to this Friday night session.

You'll hear records from the deepest corners of his collection alongside upbeat zouk, cadence and other Caribbean bubblers.

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.

Marie Garaccio (Six Million Steps)


Marie has always been surrounded by music. Whether reggae, soul, disco or pop – her dancing and singing parents brought music into her life from an early age.

You can catch Marie alongside Dave and JJ from Six Million Steps every other Saturday morning from 11:00am on the 6MS Sessions on Stomp Radio – and at our place for this groove-filled Saturday night.

Minus Kendal


An old head on young shoulders, weekend resident Minus returns for another session of his residency.

A weekend worker at Flashback Records and host of his own monthly radio shows on NTS and Balamii, Minus is a natural cratedigger, to be found playing anything from gospel to krautrock, disco and all stops in between.

Jack Sellen


Our Jack brings his latest wav and wax acquisitions to the office stereo.

With a decade of DJ experience behind him, he brings smiles to happy dancers and braying barflys alike at festivals, parties and clubs – be it alongside close friends such as Basement Tapes, None More Records, Heavenly or Amateurism, as one half of country/disco/house dancefloor mescaleros the Flying Mojito Bros, as landlord of his Boxpub mobile boozer or simply by himself.

Listen out for crossover reggae disco, irresistibly funky country, heart-wrenching soul and chugging stoner electronica all picked from the wayside of lesser travelled paths.


12/12/2018 20:00 - 01:00

Having cut her teeth at one of London’s finest record stores, Sounds Of The Universe, and graduating with an ethnomusicology degree from SOAS, Poly-Ritmo has a musical knowledge way beyond her years. She will be joined by Karl FM for this session.

Expect jazz, Brazilian, Latin, soul and more from Polly.

Wes Baggaley

13/12/2018 20:00 - 01:00

Wes Baggaley normally plays tough, no-nonsense dance music in sweaty nightclubs around the world – but likes to reveal his sweeter side at Spiritland, with an exploration of the more tender sections of his record collection.

Spiritland Screen: Purple Rain & 100% Prince Afterparty

Buy tickets / 13/12/2018 21:00 - 01:00

A late December screening of Prince's best film at our neighbours the Everyman Cinema.

Prince is The Kid, making his way through Minneapolis music industry with Apollonia by his side and nemesis Maurice Day hot on his (high) heels.

The screening is followed by an exclusive afterparty at a secret spot we know (not at Spiritland), with 100% Prince action until 1:00am brought to you by Paul Withey of Loose Booty DJs.

(Dir: Albert Magnoli, 1984)

DJ Amir

14/12/2018 20:00 - 01:00

For the past 13 years DJ Amir has been blessed to tour the world extensively. First as one half of the trailblazing DJ duo Kon and Amir and now as boss to his own label 180 Proof Records.

From an early age, Amir’s ears were filled with the warm and colourful sounds of jazz, gospel, soul, and disco coming from his parents' stereo. As a young man, he made the leap from this soulful home and dove head-first into the world of hip-hop the first chance he got. But instead of the clean break he had anticipated, he discovered so much of his parents' classics sampled in the music of his peers. Intrigued, Amir found himself tracing ties through the music — first with light curiosity, soon, tirelessly. This came to be his passion: to map the sonic lineage of hip-hop.

It was kismet that Amir would meet fellow crate digger and kindred spirit Kon in 1996; instantaneously becoming fast friends and collaborators. Beginning with the esteemed underground On Track mix tape series, Kon & Amir have since released twelve compilations, including three volumes of Off Track, the follow-up to the On Track series. Kon & Amir’s expertise has been sought by Shady Records, Pete Rock, Diamond D, and Capitol Records, to name a few.

Vesa Liede

15/12/2018 15:00 - 20:00

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.

Chris Webb (Kalita Records)

15/12/2018 20:00 - 01:00

Chris Webb is a London-based DJ who runs Kalita Records.

Past and future Kalita releases include Okyerema Asante's 'Sabi (Get Down)', Randolph Baker's 'Getting Next To You', Carrie Cleveland's 'Looking Up: The Complete Works' and Nana Tuffour's 'Sikyi Medley' in conjunction with CC:DISCO.

Chris will be playing a vinyl-only set full of under the radar afro, soul, jazz and disco winners, including loads of future Kalita releases. He will also be taking over our album club the week previous with five days of Kalita releases plus treasures from his personal stash.

Anne Frankenstein

16/12/2018 12:00 - 17:00

One of our favourite DJs, and one of the finest on the London circuit.

A resident at Spiritland, her strictly-vinyl sets typically feature unfathomably deep selections of disco, funk, soul, jazz, afrobeat and late-night exotica.

Underground System (DJ Set)

16/12/2018 17:00 - 22:00

Underground System is an evolving convergence of musical and cultural influences. The female-fronted group of global dance music deconstructionists have cultivated a sound as inimitable as its members. Something familiar and referential that simultaneously projects a fiercely original energy, the band synthesizes elements of afrobeat, new wave, dance music, and contemporary classical performance.

Expect an infectious DJ set from members of the band, showcasing the influences that they wear so heavily and proudly on their sleeve.

Serge Gamesbourg (BBE)

17/12/2018 19:00 - 23:30

Bostonian DJ, producer and bass player Serge Gamesbourg began digging crates for forgotten gems over two decades ago, keeping his native Boston captive with retro beats and unique sounds.

Initially playing and producing hip-hop as DJ Supreme One, Serge provided tracks and collaborated with some of urban industry's legendary artists including Guru, Masta Ace and Edo G, eventually moving into dance music territory producing disco and house as Serge Gamesbourg.

After crafting a string of successful vinyl-only disco edit releases on various notable labels, Serge has spent much of the last few years slavishly digging into the history of Massachusetts' late 70s / early 80s little-known underground disco scene, emerging in 2018 with his first compilation on the world famous BBE records, lovingly-titled 'Boston Goes Disco!'.

Today, Serge continues to raise the bar with countless edits, reworks and appearances globally.

DJ Autumn (Banoffee Pies Records)

18/12/2018 19:00 - 23:30

DJ Autumn (Ell to his friends) is label manager, owner, and one half of the Banoffee Pies DJ duo.

He picks records led by his deep appreciation for abounding styles and eras from across the globe.

Hilit Kolet

19/12/2018 20:00 - 01:00

Hilit Kolet is the latest female DJ to take London by storm - not because of her big hair, but because she has a record collection and a groove addiction to match in size.

A classical pianist, a samba dancer and an up-and-coming producer/remixer, Hilit’s musical wonderland and mixes can seamlessly drift between the extensive and diverse districts of House, Techno, Disco and Electronica.

Long time key staff member at the iconic Black Market Records, Hilit is known for her hi octane DJ sets and has been playing London’s best clubs as well as regularly appearing on the festival circuit.

The past couple of years saw Hilit playing in Berlin repeatedly and touring LA, Paris, Amsterdam, Tel Aviv, San Francisco, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Mauritius, Ibiza and Tisno as well as working on remixes and originals - with a few exciting studio projects and collaborations in the pipeline, you’ve got to keep a close eye on this one.

You Have Been Loved: a night of George Michael with Cherish Kaya

20/12/2018 20:00 - 01:00

George Michael was taken from us unexpectedly on Christmas Day 2016, right at the end of a brutal year for our musical heroes.

We paid tribute last year, and it only felt right to do it again through another night of George Michael worship.

Cherish Kaya returns to celebrate the life and music of this beautiful soul with a whole night of music by George, Wham! and his musical collaborators on the Spiritland system.

Free entry all night, but highly advisable to book a table via

Sophie Callis

21/12/2018 20:00 - 01:00

Sophie has graced decks worldwide with her signature fusion of jazz funk, soul, boogie, disco, electro, house and world music.

Steadily building her repertoire, Callis has played alongside the likes of Gilles Peterson, Norman Jay and Trevor Nelson. From underground clubs and festivals to exclusive events such as the Cannes Film Festival, Monaco Grand Prix and Hotel Costes Paris, Sophie continues to make regular appearances at many reputable venues and parties worldwide.

A decade ago, Sophie joined the world's first all-female broken beat / nu-jazz collective Ladybugz, leading to a weekly show on Ministry of Sound Radio and many festival line ups. She also joined forces with Soho Radio at which she presents her weekly show 'Callis in Wonderland'.

Emotional Pop

22/12/2018 20:00 - 01:00

Niles and Baggy tell it best in their own words:

"We know emotion, we live emotion, we are emotion. We know pain and we know glory. It courses through our veins and drowns our hearts. Love and hate, joy and sadness, anger and fear – we are in touch with our souls. We ain’t afraid to cry, but then we aren’t reticent to strip to the waist and beat our chests in a display of primal expression either. And this shit needs soundtracking and to be made available to stream on the internet and we need it now."

Liam Large

28/12/2018 13:00 - 18:00

As founder of the influential Jukebox Jam R&B club night, Liam has also worked for Jazzman Records since the early 2000s contributing to many compilations and re-releases, plus taking regular trips to the US in search of old records alongside Jazzman founder Gerald Short.

He DJs regularly in London and around Europe playing across the spectrum of vintage black music – soul, funk, R&B, blues, jazz, reggae, hip hop, Latin, African, Caribbean and more.

New Year’s Eve 2018 at Spiritland

Buy tickets / 31/12/2018 20:00 - 02:00

Farewell, 2018.

Don your best party head for a New Year's Eve to remember.

Cocktails on arrival before tucking into a three-course NYE dinner. As the night moves on we shift into party mode, with fizz served at midnight and dancing until 2.00am.

Music comes from two DJs who made waves in our world this year, Norsicaa (Soundway Records) and Kyri (R2 Records), playing everything you want to hear to round out your year and start the next.

You can book for either the full meal from 8.00pm or just the party from 11.00pm. Tickets are £100.00 plus booking fee.