Various Artists: In the Beginning There Was Rhythm: Pitchfork Review “These songs came out of the bleak setting of industrial England in the late 70s and early 80s…skinheads and members of the National Right roamed the streets.” Blimey not the National Right!! Perfectly fine review of more-than-worthy post-punk comp raises unintentional chuckle. I’d dispute the hint that modern dance music sounds enfeebled next to the likes of the Gang of Four (though it’s surely less politicised) but this music still needs the spotlight and praise Pitchfork are giving it.