Stojac started back in the early 2000s as a DJ – Stoney Jackson, playing the local Brisbane, Australia hip-hip and outdoor techno party scenes, slinging huge bags of vinyl from club, to bar, to rainforest. He ws a true crate digger, finding the deep cuts in the then flourishing IDM scenes for all-weekend electronic parties that would define a lot of the Australian electronic music scene for many years. When not in the bush, he was breaking out the classic party vibes and old funk 45s while supporting groups such as The Roots, Time Machine, and Mr Sinista, amongst others.
After moving to New York in 2007, Stojac rebranded and started spinning at intimate club venues and loft parties in Soho, Bushwick and Crown Heights, bringing everything from Future Garage and UK Funky sounds into his ever expanding library of left-field electronic dance vibes. After seeing Aphex Twin perform in Houston in 2016, Stojac was inspired and started producing his own tracks – tracks for headphones, for dancefloors, and most importantly, for his DJ sets, an ever important part of his musical path.
In 2019, Stojac founded Nope Records alongside Ghost Puncher and Shaquille McNeill, to help make undiscovered electronic artists more accessible and to bring his and other musical cohorts creations to a wider audience.