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NICK WEST follow-up single – ‘What Humans Do’ – video here .

Yep, taken from his debut EP – “Pieces Of One” – Nick pulls out the second single. Check it out and sing along at the following gigs!

Surf’s up along Nick’s Mid Coast beach venues!


“Arty Records introduces ‘The Saint’!

The latest addition to our Aussie team!

Our Sydney-based juggernaut will undertake our crack hot international and national podcast interviews. Recently getting behind the thoughts of contemporary Australian artists such as Jess Ribeiro, who has worked with Nick Cave and Mick Harvey, Golden guitar winner Andrew Swift, as well as Steve Kilbey who shared his thoughts on his last solo album ‘Sydney Rococo’ with him, The Saint now focuses on broadcasting the Arty Records roster of artists with 30-min highlighted interviews about life, music, sex, drugs and rock n roll.

Getting deep, down and dirty with behind-the-scenes info, fans will be compelled to tune in as we release each podcast online to compliment ensuing tours of artists on the dynamic Arty Records roster such as: Jenn Barrett (SA), Khristian Mizzi (VIC) and Nick West (SA).

With over 300 podcasts under his belt with International artists that include mega stars Simple Minds & Kristin Hersch, experienced Sydney radio presenter, The Saint has a healthy following in the UK, US,  Japan and Italy which will build onto our already large and loyal Arty Records fan-base in Germany, Denmark, Netherlands and Ireland.

Arty Records is proud to welcome Sydney-based The Saint to our team so be prepared for  some insightful and intelligent podcasts beginning with a mid August podcast on the musical influences of Jenn Barrett and The Night Shift. Watch this space for details!


RONNIE TAHENY – ABC Radio “This Is Your Life” interview with archive footage

Connecting the dots backwards in a 35-yr career thus far. Live on ABC Radio Sept 11 2018 with Jules Schiller. View it here.




Our star artist, Ronnie Taheny, performs her Grande Finale at the Governor Hindmarsh on SAT FEB 3rd, supported by Zac Eden. But why the step-back from live work?MAA RT i:view Jan 2018.

Find out more about her and why she’s made that big decision to retire from live work after 25 years of success in both Europe and the iconic Adelaide venue. Hint: she’s passing her music success on to you here.

‘Man About Adelaide’ gets behind Taheny’s (ocean) scenes with Rowena Garcia as roving reporter. Read it all here.