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    Making Music - Youth Week

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    For Youth Week 2024 headspace Coffs is running a songwriting, jamming and recording workshop at Grow the Music!

    Join Lizzy (Grow the Music), Angus Field (Gumbaynggirr Singer/Songwriter/Musician) and Josh McGovern (LTTLE KNG) in the studio across three days of songwriting, jamming and recording.

    AND we have Jay Black from AND THE TREES on board to film the process.

    Dates: Tues 16th April, Wed 17th April & Thurs 18th April (please note you need to be available all 3 days) - first week of NSW school holidays

    Time: 11am - 2pm each day, lunch will be provided

    Who is it for? Anyone aged 12-25 years old with an interest in music! 

    Theme: "Resilience - Finding Your Inner Strength"


    Day 1 - Jamming on instruments, brainstorming, learning the techniques of songwriting, beat mining and rapping.

    Day 2 - Laying down ideas in the studio, recording instruments, vocals and finding sounds using the beat maker.

    Day 3 - Final tracking of parts, overdubbing adds, vocals and production / mixing tracks.

    Registration: headspace is offering this three day workshop totally FREE! To save your spot register now.

    Any questions? 

    Reach out to Geordy, Community Engagement Worker at headspace - gpearce@healthvoyage.org.au 


    More about Angus Field:
    I'm 27, a professional musician and a proud Gumbaynggirr man from Coffs Harbour.

    I grew up in Coffs and went to Coffs Harbour high in which I completed year 12 and went to study music at Lismore SCU in which I graduated in 2020.

    Music has been my passion since I was a kid and have been lucky enough to make it my professional career and also use it to create inspiration and mentorship for other people.

    Now at the present I sing in a hip hop group called 3% which I am lucky enough to practice my passion and make money from it. I also help run workshops for mob young and old to gain inspiration and encourage music as a way of rehabilitation and a pathway of life.

    I currently still live on the NSW north coast but work nationally touring with 3% and doing workshops all around the country.
    Angus Field (@angusfieldmusic)

    Grow the Music: 
    The Team behind our Music Programs (growthemusic.org)

    Jay Black from ANDTHETREES:


    Josh from LTTLE KNG:


    headspace Coffs Harbour is funded by Healthy North Coast through the North Coast PHN program and is a program of Health Voyage Ltd


    This event is supported by the NSW Office for Regional Youth Holiday Break Program.

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    Refund policy

    Refund are not applicable as it's a free event. Although if you can't make it, please let us know so we can offer it to another young person!