Ken Franklin got into music after discovering recording equipment in a small closet beneath the stairs of his parents house. Inside was a reel-to-reel tape machine, an echo box, and two guitars Franklin used to experiment with.
After moving to LA, Franklin started the indie alt-pop outfit, Dutch Party,
Here is their track “Now and Later” off their latest EP, Combat Pop.
It’s a cinematic masterpiece inspired by Franklin’s love for the 1961 film, The Hustler.
[listen and dig]
“it was a hot night in june”
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