Genres You Will Love
Moods: Mood: Dreamy Jazz: Jazz-Rock Rock: French Rock

By Location
United States - Maryland

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Disappearing Ink

All of the musicians on the album are from Baltimore. Disappearing Ink’s drummer is Bob Wagner, an experimental improvisation veteran and frequent collaborator with Jason Willett (Megaphone Record, Half Japanese). Bassist Joe Tropea, who co-directed the documentary Hit and Stay with Skizz Cyzyk, played with guitar-pop masters The Jennifers. Violinist Blair Skinner, cellist Peter Kibbe, and jazz saxophonists John Dierker and Chris Pumphrey appear on the record.
Lawrence Lanahan is 39 and lives with his wife and young son in Baltimore. He played with jazz-rock band Juicebox in the early 2000s, and with country band Oella in the early 2010s. He studied jazz with Carl Filipiak and composition with Judah Adashi.
Lanahan is also a freelance journalist; he has reported for Al Jazeera America, NPR’s Morning Edition, and Columbia Journalism Review. He spent four years at Baltimore public radio station WYPR, where he created “The Lines Between Us,” a duPont Award-winning multimedia series about regional inequality.