It seems that things have come full circle. Almost twenty years ago, R&S Records was at Fuse with artists like Juan Atkins, Robert Leiner, and Frank De Wulf. Now they are back, only this time with a younger crowd who have hopped on for the ride. The seed of the world-famous R&S label was planted during the height of the new beat period, in the mid-1980s. Ten years later, techno club Fuse opened in Brussels. By that time, the Ghent-based record label had become a global hype with DJs and producers like Model 500, Joey Beltram, CJ Bolland, Aphex Twin, and Dave Angel in the vanguard. In the heyday of techno music, many of these artists came to Brussels to perform at the club that, in only a few years, became one of the hottest places in Europe. After its time at the top, however, the techno engine started sputtering and the genre retreated back to its underground origins. The R&S label even closed down for a while. But when in England the kids grew tired of dubstep, a new group of producers stepped up and revitalised electronic music.