Get To Know Us: Mitch Fuller

Alex Crerar, 8th September 2021

Amrap Support Officer - Mitch Fuller

If you've ever been in contact with the Amrap team, chances are you've spoken with Amrap Support Officer Mitch. Mitch is the go-to for all things Amrap providing members and musicians alike with support, whether helping artists upload their music to as well as members with any and all Amrap equiries. Mitch's extensive knowledge and love for music makes him a valued member of Amrap, and wider CBAA team. 

How did you first get involved in community radio?

Fell into it through my role at Amrap and fell in love with producing content for community radio including 2SER and FBi in Sydney.

What is the best part of your job?

The best part is getting to hear so much new Australian music every day and discovering the diversity of sounds coming out of the country.

Featuring top line Aussie acts talking up and playing their recent Australian music faves, Australian Music is Bloody Great is a way not only to discover the incredible range of sounds being produced domestically. Past hosts have included everyone from Hilltop Hoods to Hockey Dad, but what is getting played when Mitch Fuller finally hosts?

Some Tkay Maidza, she is super consistent and making really interesting stuff. Some Kobie Dee, pretty inspiring young Gomeroi artist out of Maroubra. Magic Nic, Kwame, and maybe some We Lost The Sea and breathe. for good measure.

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The Community Broadcasting Association of Australia (CBAA) is excited to announce the launch of a new Australian Music Radio show across the Community Radio Network (CRN) this week.


The seventh instalment of CBAA's National Features and Documentary Series 2021, an annual showcase of new work by Australian community radio producers, is now live and available for stations to access.


Broadcasters can access music from the South Australian Music Awards (The SAM Awards) finalists on Amrap's AirIt.