21 episodes

Carmela interviews artists, bands and musicians from Australia and beyond.

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Carmela interviews artists, bands and musicians from Australia and beyond.

    New music from Danny and Sime of SSMP

    New music from Danny and Sime of SSMP

    Danny and Sime of SSMP return to Mismatch for their annual interview with Carmela. They share their new music and other antics.

    • 43 min
    Allen Tiller investigates the paranormal

    Allen Tiller investigates the paranormal

    Carmela interviews Paranormal Investigator, Allen Tiller.

    • 38 min
    Nick Vulture of The Molting Vultures

    Nick Vulture of The Molting Vultures

    After years of playing in surf garage punk band The Molting Vultures (and he still is), Nick Vulture takes a huge shift into acoustic territory with songs that are much more personal and reflective.

    • 11 min
    Danny, Sime and Mikey of SSMP (2021)

    Danny, Sime and Mikey of SSMP (2021)

    Carmela sits down with Danny, Sime and Mikey of Adelaide based hip hop group SSMP to discuss new music and their respective solo projects as DarksideDbgz, SimeStarkiller and Cuchester.

    • 36 min
    Todd Hunter of Dragon

    Todd Hunter of Dragon

    Todd Hunter is a New Zealand musician and composer known for his involvement in the band Dragon. Best known for the songs 'April Sun in Cuba', 'Are You Old Enough?', 'Still in Love With You', and 'Rain'. Hunter also composed John Farnham's hit song 'Age of Reason' with Johanna Pigott and music for the film 'Daydream Believer' (1991) and TV series 'Heartbreak High' (1994–1999).

    On 1 July 2008, the Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) recognised Dragon's iconic status by inducting them into their Hall of Fame.

    • 10 min
    Coco and the Cockatoos

    Coco and the Cockatoos

    Interview with Jane Walker from kids group Coco and the Cockatoos. Talking about the new album ‘Wild Life’, which has ten unique songs about animals from all over the world.

    All songs are written by ten-year old Sydney schoolgirl Coco Espie and singer/songwriter Jane Walker. Coco has cerebral palsy, so album sales contribute to Sydney Children’s Hospitals Foundation, which helps so many sick kids.

    The songs celebrate different animals, so sales also contribute to Taronga Conservation Society Australia, supporting wildlife conservation around the world. And we are all impacted by the plight of our oceans, so sales support Ocean Recovery Alliance.

    • 17 min

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