It’s Thursday, you’re thirsty – but chill. Netherfriends plays Double Door Tomorrow night with Hurt Everybody, Beach Jesus, and Dan Kanvis. It’s $10, let’s do this.
Dan Kanvis walks down memory lane in his latest visual “Don’t Leave Me” as he reflects on his past, holds on to memories, and acknowledges the future he wants to create in moving away from home. The video is nostalgic as he illustrates the struggles of holding on to his past and his family while creating friends and pursuing careers and goals Kanvis has set out for himself. This release is the latest visual off Kanvis’ “Windows” project.
Chicago based emcee/director Dan Kanvis is dropping his project “Windows”, an opening to his mind and efforts he has been creating in Chicago’s Hip-Hop scene as an upcoming artists. The project drops January 20th and he releases to the world a trailer to the project in anticipation of its release.
When I first heard “Stranger” performed live a month back I immediately gravitated to the track due to its erie production and captivating chorus. That was then, this is now and nothing has changed but the fact that the track has now officially been released as Dan Kanvis drops his second official offering to his forthcoming project Windows. Don’t be stranger, give this a few listens. You’ll definitely appreciate it as much as I did!
A few weeks back Dan Kanvis (formerly DK) dropped a feel good visual to his single “Never Too Much” that features theWHOevers. We now get the mp3 version of the single for download as we await his forthcoming project “Windows”.
Never Too Much [Video]:
Dan Kanvis (formerly DK) is an artists of several talents. He is the curator of the monthly Heavy Rotation event series at Tonic Room. He’s also a dope emcee that delivers us his latest visual “Never Too Much” as Kavis makes his directorial debut. The SpazzbotEXE production is a laid-back, and easy going track that you can vibe and is also a great summertime anthem as we transition into the fall.This is also the first single to Dan Kanvis’ forthcoming project “Windows”.