Fall asleep to your favorite video game music
Lately, while I lie in bed reading before I fall asleep, I’ve been listening to a chill jazz album. Its songs have soft saxophone solos with a lovely piano playing in the background, making them perfect to doze off to. Strangely, it’s also an album made up of covers of video game music, put together by Norihiko Hibino, a composer best known for the Metal Gear Solid games. It’s a weird combination, but it works — the album essentially takes your favorite game songs and strips them down into something much more soothing.
“I believe music with less notes, lots of space, and most importantly, sincere prayer while performing, is best for sleep,” says Hibino.
The album is called Prescription for Sleep, and is actually the second in the “game…
Source:: The Verge