The permanent host of the works of R.J. Stefanski, an experimental dark ambient musician from Detroit, MI. Self released nearly 20 continuous mix tapes featuring the best of both contemporary and classic experimental music, with a focus on ambient and indie electronic genres. I also am an avid field recorder, and you can hear my tapes of rain, trains, and all sorts of found sounds in my mixes. Enjoy and I love hearing feedback! All my works are streaming on soundcloud and some for purchase on bandcamp.

Also, a word on my mixes: only brief samples of songs are used, always being tweaked or adjusted in some way by myself, and always presented in ONE long, continuous track. I am NOT giving away anyone’s music, if you enjoy the sample of an artist in one of my mixes, I urge you to go out and buy the album on vinyl and support the artist. That is the whole reason I am making these!

6th June 2011

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mix 3: It’s Very Sunny [EP]

I put in all-nighter to rush this out in time for what was then a rare warm Spring day in Michigan. This is a shorter mix of some of the best sun-soaked indie out there, cut and pasted together to form a brief soundtrack to getting the first sun of the year, going on a backwoods bike ride, or just cruising around with the windows down. Even though I finished this in mid-March, it will only sound better with the more tropical weather we have been getting here over the last few weeks (link in title below, artwork above by me).

It’s Very Sunny EP @192 (23:41)

feat:

Caribou - “Sundialing” / Lone - “Cali Drought Wave” / Casino Versus Japan - “It’s Very Sunny” / Bibio - “Under the Pier” / Telefon Tel Aviv - “Introductory Nomenclature” / Tycho - ”Coastal Break” / Boards of Canada - “1969” / The Avalanches - “Etoh” / Air France - “Collapsing at your Doorstep”

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