No. Inc. are Material Object and Atom TM. With their second album, titled G@ng5ta, they deliver a trippier version of ambient music, triggered by an unexpected genre collision appropriately numbered No. 911. Mixing arguably two of the most opposed ends of the musical spectrum — traditional electronic ambient and gangster rap — the artists create an urban soundscape for lysergic adventures in the concrete jungle. Starting off with a frozen gunshot sound, the album continues exploring where No. Inc. began their first album, Early Reflections (No. 900, 2014): floating textures and drones that create a dense journey through, in this case, the subconscious landscape of a West Coast gang member. With slightly less synthetic elements, such as the track “Street Texture 911” (which incorporates US police radio recordings and pays tribute to the works of Tetsu Inoue) G@ng5ta expands ambient music into truly unexpected realms. Grand Theft Autonomy of your audio senses in this album-length No. adventure. Enjoy it all without leaving the comfort of your own head.