Spiritland is a series of spaces for music lovers – a café, bar and radio studio in King’s Cross, a shop in Mayfair and a restaurant and bar at the foot of the Royal Festival Hall, all built around a deep love of music and the culture that surrounds it.

These venues were born from a desire to engage with music in the deepest possible way – to hear it as the artist intended, to connect with the emotions within, with food and drink to match.

The King’s Cross café and bar is home is host to a world-class Living Voice sound system – a unique creation playing in-depth musical programming along with talks, album launches. There’s also a full radio production suite available to hire.

The Mayfair Headphone Bar is a one-stop shop for the ultimate in personal audio, with headphones and players all ready to demo at leisure.

At London’s iconic Royal Festival Hall is Spiritland Diner, a spacious restaurant and bar where classic American diner fare is served up alongside a lively music policy.


Spiritland. Come home to music.



The remarkable new Spiritland sound system plays all day, every day. Built without compromise, the Spiritland system is entirely bespoke – built by Living Voice and overseen by Kevin Scott. Living Voice represents the pinnacle of high-end audio, manufacturing speakers in their factory in Long Eaton, Nottinghamshire.

It presents music in a clarity, definition and precision rarely heard, with valve amplification from Italian manufacturers Atelier du Triode and a unique rotary mixer from Isonoe.

Playout sources include a two Isonoe-modified Technics 1200 turntables with a variety of cartridges including Audio-Technica AT-XP7 Dual Moving Magnet Stereo Cartridges, a Tascam DA-3000 Hi-Res Recorder, Revox B77 Tape Recorder, two Pioneer CDJ-2000NXS2 CD players, a Studer A730 CD Player and more.

The daily album club turntable is kindly supplied by Kuzma with an Audio-Technica ART1000 Moving Coil cartridge.