We're launching in 2021 with a brand new venue residency - Sounds from the Suburbs!


Homegrown Sounds is proud to present Sounds from the Suburbs 1 - the first in a new series of all ages live music gigs, showcasing the best in local music in the heart of Canberra’s inner-north suburbs. Kicking off on Tuesday 19th January 2021, Gang Gang Cafe will see singer-songwriter’s Lucy Sugerman, Sophie Edwards, and Eden Plenty perform stripped back sets in a warm and intimate setting for eager local music lovers.


Lucy Sugerman has been a household name for some time now, but made a big slash in 2020 with the release of her debut single ‘i wanna kiss boys cos i’m bored’, a youthfully guitar-driven pop track co-written by Hauskey and MUKI, as well as making a feature on the stunning single ‘I’d Do It All Again’ from Melbourne producer LANKS.



Sophie Edwards is a familiar face to the local music scene, having performed countless events and gigs over the years. In 2020, Sophie released her latest single ‘Seconds’, signed on with local-label Vacant Room Records, as well as securing mentorships with both the Women in Music Mentor Program for the Australian Independent Record Labels Association and another with Ricochet MATES, led by KLP.



Eden Plenty has been keeping himself busy over the past couple of years, writing and collaborating with many in the local scene, as well as busking and performing around Canberra. Last year saw Eden also sign on with Vacant Room Records, and share stages with Omar Musa, Lucy Sugerman, and Sophie Edwards.



Licensed / All Ages

Tickets available via Humanitix


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.