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!

9th July 2012

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stream my anthology of field recordings

RJ’s Anthology of Found Sounds (May 2011- July 2012) [<—click to stream on Soundcloud] 

Anyone who has been following my mixtapes knows how integral my field recordings have become in the process, and have really turned into a whole passion of mine on their own. So for the first time you can hear my recordings all on their own, over 20 hours of audio cut down into the best 13 minutes. The resulting sound collage is a soothing, sometimes funny trip through everything from a mall parking garage announcing where your car is parked, a Muslim call to prayer, chirping crickets and cicadas, and so much more. If you are a musician, in a band, a DJ, a film producer, or ANYONE who uses and needs sound in their work, please contact me to arrange for a collaboration! Please reblog and pass along to anyone you think would be interested. All of my sounds are recorded with a Tascam DR-03 linear PCM/MP3 recorder in a high quality formats. Thanks and enjoy!

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