Henri Lefebvre’s fascination with rhythms was evident through much of his work, but a compilation of insights on the significance of rhythms for understanding the interlocking temporal and spatial character of contemporary social life only appeared as the finale of his written work. Éléments de rhythmanalyse: Introduction á la connaissance de rhythmes (1992) was published in French a year after Lefebvre’s death with a translation to English first published in 2004. For those who – like me – are captivated by and engaged with Lefebvre’s ideas this book presents an invitation to chart intersections between Rhythmanalysis and some of his writings preceding this work, to elucidate a productive coupling of temporal and spatial elements that comprise lived space and social life in the modern world and thus to develop a more comprehensive account of the importance of Lefebvre’s work for contemporary social and cultural geography.