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Darcy James Argue Releases Free 'Infernal Machines' Scores & 'Brooklyn Babylon' Song

Anthony Dean-Harris
Editor-in-Chief
anthony.deanharris@nextbop.com / @i_ADH

Darcy James Argue's Secret Society's new album, Brooklyn Babylon, is out April 30th on New Amsterdam Records and it's a doozy. The collaboration with artist Danijel Zezelj
 certainly lives up to the sprawling narrative sound we've all heard so much about. This truly is an impressive album and the next logical step for Argue's band.

With the albums release so soon, Argue and co. are just teeming with activity. There's a free album release party tomorrow evening at Brooklyn's BAMcafé Live. Argue has also released for free the scores for his debut album, 2008's Infernal Machines (the sheet music for the individual parts are also up for sale at Argue's site. He also released a Babylon track free for download, the somber "Coney Island". Check it out below and make sure to download it for your very own to tie you over until Brooklyn Babylon's April 30th release. In fact, you really ought to pre-order it now at Argue's Bandcamp.