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Fri, 01 Dec


The Old Waiting Room

Art Terry & The Black Bohemians (Live), Cosmo Pyke (Live) + GW Jazz at OWR

20 Years Of The CLF Weekender launch night, delivers the 2nd of 2 stunning events this time at The Old Waiting Room. Featuring Amazing Arthouse Funk Band ART TERRY & THE BLACK BOHEMIANS (LIVE), Singer Songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, Artist COSMO PYKE (Live) + GW JAZZ. Time to get down deep!

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Art Terry & The Black Bohemians (Live), Cosmo Pyke (Live) + GW Jazz at OWR
Art Terry & The Black Bohemians (Live), Cosmo Pyke (Live) + GW Jazz at OWR

Time & Location

01 Dec 2023, 19:00 – 02 Dec 2023, 01:00

The Old Waiting Room, Peckham Rye, Station, Station Wy, London SE15 4RX, UK

About the event

CLF 20 YEAR ANNIVERSARY WEEKENDER!!! Fri Dec 01 to Sun Dec 03 (£5-15 Per event or Free Entry) - To celebrate 20 years of Chronic Love Foundation (CLF) we’re throwing a mighty celebratory weekender in collaboration with Red Bull and Havana Club, featuring 24 acts performing at 9 events, over 3 days, at 2 stunning venues - deep in the heart of Peckham at The CLF Art Lounge & Roof Gardens + next door at the recently restored Old Waiting Room (OWR), Peckham Rye Station.

Our Launch Night featuring:

Fri Dec 01 (7pm-1am / £10-15 Entry) - Amazing Arthouse Funk Band ART TERRY & THE BLACK BOHEMIANS (LIVE), Singer Songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, Artist COSMO PYKE (Live) + GW JAZZ at THE OLD WAITING ROOM. All artists coming together to deliver a way out there session of 21st century soul. Release yoh mind and yoh ass will follow! Get deep! 🔥🔥🔥

Bands on stage from around 8pm


Art Terry and the Black Bohemians play their own unique and delirious brand of arthouse funk. Art’s songs explore Black politics, sexuality and religion, through a lyrical fusion [gumbo] of African American folklore and hauntological funk. A singer and pianist, Art underpins deeply personal lyrics with dense melodic textures to create conceptual Black music. A prolific songwriter, he created a song a day during 52 days of lockdown, a project which evolved into the Self Isolation Songbook.

Brought up in the gospel tradition, Art evokes the sacred figure of the robed and commanding preacher alongside the profane swagger and bravado of the street-hustling savant in his live performances. Whether playing solo or with the Black Bohemians, his ten-piece ensemble of talented musicians, Art’s live performances are theatrical and compelling.

‘True art. If you ever have the chance to see Art Terry live, definitely go for it – you won’t regret it.’ Discovery Music


Cosmo Pyke is an English singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and artist from London. He gained widespread acclaim for his 2017 EP Just Cosmo which was co-produced with Fraser T. Smith, in association with 70Hz Recordings. Cosmo’s later releases are via his own label, Pykrete Records.

Cosmo was born in Peckham, Southeast London. He attended The Brit School for Performing Arts, following famous singer-songwriter alumni Adele, Amy Winehouse, Jamie Woon, Loyle Carner, and more.

His 2017 debut EP Just Cosmo was released in collaboration with renowned producer Fraser T. Smith’s (Easy Life, Kano, Stormzy) 70Hz Recordings, and saw Cosmo tipped by numerous tastemakers. Tracks on the EP are ‘Wish You Were Gone’, ‘Chronic Sunshine’, ‘After School Club’, ‘Social Sites’ and ‘Great Dane’.In 2017, The Guardian described his sound as, ‘a fusion of jazz, 2-tone, Tyler, the Creator and the Kooks.’ Dazed said: ‘Pyke’s songs combine “classical songwriting with a dash of reggae, hip hop, and indie.


Gordon Wedderburn is one half of the couple behind GW Jazz, a grassroots organization supporting Jazz, particularly emerging talent in London. Through his live event residencies, radio show, selector/dj activities and clothing brand, they’ve collaborated with and supported some of the biggest names on the London Jazz scene including, Sons of Kemet, Camilla George, Zara McFarlane, Ben Hayes, Nubiya Garcia, Moses Boyd, Lokkhi Terra, Dele Sosimi, Robert Mitchell, Collocutor, Tomorrow’s warriors and Ezra Collective.

Event Runs: 7pm-1am

Venue: The Old Waiting Room

Entry: £10-15

TIx: From RA, Skiddle and The CLF Website

Tix Also OTD

NOTE: Tix this event also gives entry to The CLF Art Lounge til 2am.

Supported By: Red Bull & Havana Club

The CLF is 20!

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