Guitarist Bruce Anderson is a creator of art-rockers MX-80 Audio, who later on changed it is name to MX-80. He was also an associate of this group’s offshoots, O-Type as well as the Gizzards. Anderson co-founded MX-80 Audio in Indiana in the middle-’70s, along with bassist Dale Sophiea and drummer Jeff Armour. Soaring the banner of Beefheartean weirdness, the group released several releases through the remainder from the ’70s and in to the early ’80s. When MX-80 dissolved for a while, Anderson kept occupied with O-Type as well as the Gizzards, endeavors where Sophiea became a member of him. Sophiea also performed a valuable part in Anderson’s single work, creating Anderson’s albums of densely split acoustic guitar experimentation and Robert Fripp-like improvisation. Anderson’s 1995 full-length recording Brutality collected paths from his two past due-’80s cassette produces and also presented some new materials. Meanwhile, the people of MX-80 got reunited in 1987, staying active well in to the ’90s.