What this boils down to is a big mish-mash of psychedelic doodles and whimsical pop, which works surprisingly well. Some songs are simple childlike ballads, with just voice and acoustic guitar (very much in the Syd Barrett mould), while others are heavy with studio effects - backwards guitar, distorted vocals, tape loops, and synthesisers. So far, the project has been very productive, with at least a dozen songs (including a cover of Kate Nash's recent #2 single, 'Foundations') put up on the Goodnight And I Wish MySpace(s) so far.
Since Brandon Jacobs also runs the Modern Pop Records label, it might not be long until some kind of official release from the project. Until then, tracks can be downloaded from his secondary MySpace site - the range of tracks there changes pretty often, so keep checking it! It's free, it's easy, and it's really good stuff.
Goodnight And I Wish downloads MySpace