Homegrown Sounds is proud to present Sounds from the Suburbs - our series of all ages live music gigs, showcasing the best in local music in the heart of Canberra’s inner-north suburbs.
Returning Sunday 30th of May, Gang Gang Cafe will see Scoob McGoon, Barely Coping and Skinny Wolf set to each perform exciting new sets in a warm and intimate setting for eager local music lovers.
Scoob McGoon has been a blessing to our ears for a number of years now, capturing us with his beautiful solo demos and performances, as well as with his former project My Pet Ant. We fell in love with Scoob’s self-titled EP in 2019 - a four-track release full of quick guitar and piano jams and ballads, as well as his ‘songs in c’ EP that was recorded and released on the same day last September. Scoob McGoon’s song’s are sweet, fun, and oh-so catchy, and they’re ones to not miss live.
Barely Coping has been on our minds for a long time now, having come across her music as released through her Instagram account in 2019. These sweet bedroom-folk songs were exactly what we needed to see live, and we planned just that in March 2020 - until having to cancel that show due to nation-wide lockdown. Barely Coping played one of our at home livestream shows a couple of months later, and since then we’ve been excited to have her back for a full-experience live show.
If Angus & Julia Stone released a country record, it would probably sound more like Skinny Wolf. This Canberra duo took us away with their stunning sophomore single ‘Yellow Mountain Bell’ - a dreamy folk track that highlights Ash and Josh’s talent as singer-songwriters. Having only sprouted last year, and with live music back on the menu this year, Skinny Wolf are ready to take the stage and show us exactly what they can do, and we can not wait to see that in action.
Licensed / All Ages
Gang Gang Cafe is an accessible venue - with ground level entry, indoor and outdoor seating, and vegan / GF foods available for purchase. Homegrown Sounds events are safe spaces, and we have zero tolerance for inappropriate, discriminatory and anti-social behaviour, and anyone behaving as such is not welcome.
This event takes place on the land of the Ngunnawal people. We wish to pay our respects to the traditional owners of this land past, present, and emerging. This always was and always will be Aboriginal land.