When most people ‘discover’ Peckham, they probably came in search of London’s leading rave venue – CLF Art Cafe in the Bussey Building. A huge 3-storey club venue lies hidden in this post-industrial Victorian complex and a night out here will take you back to the heady days of glorious 1990s clubland.

With its origins as a humanitarian project to educate and promote global change through creative projects, the Bussey Building is the embodiment of CLF efforts. Having been saved from demolition in 2007 by Peckham Vision & The Chronic Love Foundation [CLF], the CLF Art Cafe is a cavernous warehouse block that serves as a club venue. Since then, CLF has staged late-night parties with some of London’s top promoters such as Bestival and Secret Sundaze, and is home to legendary The South London Train.

CLF Art Cafe’s year-round draw is arguably The South London Soul Train, London’s premiere club night if dancing to soul and funk into the wee hours is your bag. However, leading promoters have regularly hosted the biggest names from nightlife’s cutting-edge underground taking in house, electro, deep techno, drum & bass, garage, latin jazz, hip-hop, disco and alternative music which serves locals, London club-kids and tourists equally well. The broad music remit at the venue and unpretentious vibe make the venue, which first put Peckham on the map, a joy to return to – without question.