London Audiophile Bar Spiritland is Hitting the Road
Its mobile audio production and broadcasting studio will tour the UK and beyond
As dance music gets older and more grown up so do the people behind it. That means that in recent years people have started getting very serious about things like sound, and none more so than London’s leading audiophiles Spiritland, who have listening bars in King’s Cross and the Royal Festival Hall.
The former, especially, is a place to go and listen to non-dance records by everyone from DJ Deep to Peggy Gou on one of the most expensive and high-end systems in the country. Spiritland has also hosted its own bespoke, beautiful looking tents at festivals, like Craig Richard’s Houghton, and now heads out on the road in a different fashion – with a bus.
Spiritland One will be an audio production and broadcasting studio built into a Mercedes truck and all kitted out with an SSL System T S500 console, which is designed and constructed by Spiritland Productions, MegaHertz and Spectra Specialist Engineering.
The plan is for Spiritland One to make audiophile production more accessible, as well as to broadcast from and record at various festivals. It will travel the UK and abroad, with further destination details promised soon on their website.