Posted in music | tour dates on July 19, 2013

by Bill Pearis


Though they've continued to play around town, it's been a while since we've really heard any new recorded music from ARMS, the solo project of former Harlem Shakes' guitarist Todd Goldstein. After 2011's highly ambitious Summer Skills (and a subsequent EP), Todd went back school and do other life things. But the creative itch struck again and, working with drummer Tlacael Esparza, ARMS are back with EP2 which will be out via Paper Garden on September 10. That's the cover art above. The first released track from it is "Comfort," which is much more a straight-ahead rocker than anything on Summer Skills, and it's powered by a very hooky riff. You can stream it below.

ARMS have a couple upcoming shows too. They'll play Glasslands on July 27 with Night Moves, and tickets for that show are on sale now. They'll also play a release show for the new EP at Mercury Lounge on September 10Tickets for that one go on sale today at noon.

Flyer for the Glasslands show and new song stream below...





Tags: ARMS, Night Moves

Comments (3)

that's what it looked like when I was on salvia and DMT and gave a girl a Dirty Sanchez

Posted by Anonymous | July 20, 2013 1:24 AM

Another favorite from Christina Perri, this track shows her raw talent as a Singer, Songwriter and Musician. I adore this track.

Posted by Giancarlo | May 17, 2014 5:23 AM

Doesn't prove anything.. You just make it sound as though there is something wrong with straight teeth? .. most people get braces because of the problems there are often associated with crooked teeth and not to look like "plastic barbie" Anyway, whats underneath is whats supposed to matter anyway. Id rather people are "natural" and good on the inside - how they look on the outside? I couldn't care less..

Posted by Ruthless | October 9, 2014 12:31 PM

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