Review: Daft Punk – Random Access Memories

4e6c6fb2So, the long-awaited Daft Punk comeback album has arrived. Random Access Memories had all the pedigree to be an incredible album; the creators of the French electronic scene mixed with huge reception for the lead single suggested something groundbreaking. The album was available to stream last night, a week before it’s official release, and a lucky few of us have got it permanently already. Anyway, I’ve had a few listens now and here’s my review.

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Book Review: The Invention of Murder

This is a new type of post for me. We were asked to do a book review for my history degree. It was a pretty casual piece of work, so don’t judge me too much, but hopefully this will be useful for some people looking for a bit of insight on either Flanders’ book or the period as a whole. Enjoy!


Judith Flanders, The Invention of Murder: How the Victorians Revelled in Death and Detection and Invented Modern Crime Continue reading