Announcing Sounds from the Suburbs 3!

Homegrown Sounds is proud to present Sounds from the Suburbs - our new series of all ages live music gigs, showcasing the best in local music in the heart of Canberra’s inner-north suburbs.

On Sunday 21st March, Gang Gang Cafe will see Yasmine Hosseini, s.wells, and Suli perform exciting new sets in a warm and intimate setting for eager local music lovers.

Canberra-via-Perth singer-songwriter Yasmine Hosseini touched down in our city a couple of years ago and we’ve loved having her since. Over the years, Yasmine has steadily released singles and records for us to love and enjoy, as well as joining forces with other local favourites to form Undine Records, and joining superstar band Sesame Girl. Most recently, Yasmine released her first song of the year, ‘Carrots’, one I know we’ll all be excited to hear live.

s.wells is a staple of the Canberra DIY community, having been around and performing since the early days as PJ Johnson. Now, the singer-songwriter has been re-releasing music of old and sharing new songs, releasing ‘When The Light Are Out’ last year. s.wells is also a key member of the newly formed Undine Records as well as everyone’s favourite band Paint Store.

Suli is the exciting new talent from the artist formerly known as Lucy Sometimes. The bedroom-pop performer was featured on So Fresh - Hits of the 'Tine from Undine Records, releasing the mesmerizing beautiful single Petal, before a quick name change earlier this year to share the timeless track ‘sundays’.

Tickets on sale Wed 3 March via Humanitix. 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.