Music industry professionals are calling for a full investigation into the messy situation surrounding Amrap and a slew of unresolved accusations levelled against the CBAA.

Earlier this week, TIO revealed the CBAA sacked the six staff of Amrap after the team went “rogue” and accused the association of advancing a damaging restructure.

A CBAA spokesperson confirmed the board had terminated the staff “due to breach of contracts,” a decision made after the Amrap six spoke out about a range of governance and management issues.  The organisation has denied the allegations. Meanwhile, the CBAA has hired a new point person for the publicly-funded project and the organisation says it’s “fully committed to delivering Amrap and its services.”

The break-up has created ripples across the Australian music industry and some important questions remain unanswered, executives and supporters of Amrap tell TIO. Read some comments below.