All those who reckoned that Yellow 6 and Avrocar were minimalist would feel that those collectives are more akin to speed metal when compared to 'E Luxo So'. Labradford's superb last album, 'Mi Media Naranja' featured one or two-letter titles but this latest offering dispenses with names altogether. The first track comprises 4 notes on a guitar re-played over 6 minutes acompanied by the sound of static; by all accounts it should come across as tedious and pretentious but it really is quite mesmeric. Things get a little more complicated as the album draws to a close as strings become more prevalent. It's never less than interesting throughout its course; the only criticism being that their last recording seemed to conjure up a more emotional feel whereas for 'E Luxo So' the listener is likely to feel more detached. That said, this is still a fine post-headache album and is a useful addition to the post-rock vanguard.