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Ssion talent hypnotic songs and a whole new way of funky seduction but just as their first dance record is climbing the charts one of the band disappears Elliot's search for the missing musician becomes a wild fiercely emotional trip into the dark soul of rhythm. Jeff Noon uses cut up techniue makes it an interesting read fast paced aggressive captivating at times occasionally a bit frustrating captures voice well good sense of rhythm through language thus reflecting dance music good for fans of Manchester music scene name checks many musical heroes plot is reminiscent of Vurt worth a spin Make your own model forts & castles record is climbing the charts one of the band disappears Elliot's search for the missing musician becomes a wild fiercely emotional trip into the dark soul of Tremors of Fury (The Days of Ash and Fury rhythm. Jeff Noon uses cut up techniue makes it an interesting How Julian and Nigel Turned Each Other Gay (Inadvertently), or So They Both Claim read fast paced aggressive captivating at times occasionally a bit frustrating captures voice well good sense of The Mage (Foxcraft, Book 3) rhythm through language thus Illustrated Workbook for Self-Therapy for Your Inner Critic reflecting dance music good for fans of Manchester music scene name checks many musical heroes plot is Earthfall (Homecoming, reminiscent of Vurt worth a spin

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Needle in the Groove

F blood love is a ghost lost in the boom box and the only remix that really matters is the remix of the heartAfter years of playing bass in lousy two bit bands elliot finally gets his big chance he meets a singer a dj and a drummer who seem to have everything pa. Having read several other of Noon s books I found this one very different but no less enjoyable Instead of creating a whole new imaginary world as in Vurt etc this is a tale based around a real Manchester drawing inspiration from five decades of a genre spanning music scene focusing mainly on punk and the death thereof The book is still touched with fantasy but it is of a means to an end rather than the main thrust of the book It is set in our normal world and the fantasy element I won t give away any details allows the characters to explore themselves their music and the past It is written in what I find to be an amazing style though I can see how some peop

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In this astonishing novel Jeff Noon allows the complex rhythms of dance music to infect his language creating a new kind of writing liuid dub poetics in the grooves he discovers a world where the scratches of the stylus cut the body a dj's samples are melodies o. I m not entirely convinced that this book knew what it wanted to be Very broadly speaking texts that earn the handle experimental are those that tweak some stylistic convention attaining to realism in order to show A the constructedness of all texts and slash or B that realism is itself a genre laden with political and ideological codes which typically present bourgeois values as normative And Noon s Needle in the Groove is certainly experimental The novel s dialogue is set off by em dashes a la Gaddis all terminal punctuation marks have been replaced by slashes effectively making the text read like an album s liner notes an effect I think Noon was striving f


10 thoughts on “Needle in the Groove

  1. says:

    Needle In The Groove is the sixth of Jeff Noon's books I've read and while I admit that I think they're all good books personally I think this is one of his bestStory wise it's a departure from his earlier works seemingly moving away from the literary worlds of the Vurt verse though there are moments within the narrativ

  2. says:

    unlike anything this book made me feel alive there is a richness and a real spark of genius within its pages I've found nothing like it beforeNoon is as innovative as he is in tune with the underlying essence of life this book made me want to be even alive than I am part mystery part eulogy part miracle part tragedyread this and then enjoy

  3. says:

    I'm not entirely convinced that this book knew what it wanted to be Very broadly speaking texts that earn the handle experimental are

  4. says:

    Having read several other of Noon's books I found this one very different but no less enjoyable Instead of creating a whole new imaginary world as in Vurt etc this is a tale based around a real Manchester drawing inspiration from five decades of a genre spanning music scene focusing mainly on punk and the death thereof The book is still to

  5. says:

    Written in chunks between slashes images splilling over each other spaced out like a lyric sheet The novel uses one unexplained sci fi concept which is really just a device to get to delving into the poetry and exp

  6. says:

    Wildly inventive music brought to words words transliterated into musical sound If you can imagine such a thing Verbal dubs reverb and remixes all dance across the pages The plot is a bit weak Noon's usual obsessions with trying to recapture a girl long lost but preserved in an aching heart The history of generational repeated behaviour is just a bit soap operatic for my taste but I just lay back and let the

  7. says:

    A novel to savior in small doses The layout of the text encourages reading some passages like poetry some like prose some like art T

  8. says:

    The style a stark lyrical stream of consciousness works far better than I feared it would It both sets and suits the mood and captures the perfect atmosphere for the first half of Needle In The Groove But then the plot such as there is one starts to take over and its like waking from a dream before you were done

  9. says:

    Jeff Noon uses cut up techniue makes it an interesting read fast paced aggressive captivating at times occasionally a bit frustrating captures voice well good sense of rhythm through language thus reflecting dance music good for fans of Manchester music scene name checks many musical heroes plot is reminiscent of Vurt worth a spin

  10. says:

    i love jeff noon he writes with a complete lack of fear and without rules every time i finish one of his novels even one i have previously read i want to go and write something myself if you can motivate me then you must

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