“… Most importantly, the composition is given a history… and an often rather humorous one at that. The resulting alternations between the recording session (e.g., “Here, let me try this one.”) and the processing (e.g., an exploded multiple clarinet sound—clearly impossible for any one person to perform) exploit the theatrical possibilities of material in tape music. ”
Computer Music Journal

… Anderson begins with the simple breath’ing of Matt Ingalls bass clarinet and transforms those (otherwise) meager pre-musical sounds into vast soundscapes with striking musicallity and emotive depth.”     The Inkwells


Mpingo is presented on Joseph Anderson’s solo CD epiphanie sequence