Perfectly hushed and chill music for writing, mediation, solitude . . . in the quiet hours. Also nite-nite music.
I will make this my nite-nite music tonight. So should you.
A little night music by yours truly for all you romancing couples out there tonight. © 2007 by Brandon L. Rucker/I Rock Recordings
by Bjork and Thom Yorke.
by Janina Gavankar (covering Kanye West) Ah! It’s nite-nite time, folks. But not for me. Oh no. Night is when I write. Oh yes. G’night.
by Depeche Mode, both from their great 1997 album Ultra. First, “The Love Thieves”, one of my top 5 favorite songs by them featuring my favorite (male) singer, David Gahan: And in honor of Father’s Day, the song “Home” dedicated to my family because they are the very definition of the word home. Every night begins and ends with them. This one’s another top favorite of mine, sung not by David Gahan, but by chief songwriter and occasional singer, Martin L. Gore. G’night, sleep tight. Don’t let the mosquitoes bite!
by my favorite (female) singer, Esthero, from the forever forthcoming new album Everything Is Expensive (new projected date is this fall). Yes, she is beautiful. G’night good people. Odds are tomorrow will be even better than today.
By Autour de Lucie, France’s best-kept secret. Actually, they’ve been around forever, although I didn’t discover them until around 1998 with their Immobile LP. Great music, despite my only knowing a handful of French words. G’night, children. You sleep well while I write into the wee hours of the night.
… by Garbage (w/ Tricky on b/u vox). Live performance from 1996. Love me some Shirley Manson. G’night, children. Tomorrow will be better. I promise.