It seems like the most logical thing to do in the process of re-launching the label. R&S announces the return of their legendary “In Order To Dance” compilations. Started in the early nineties, the series was a fundamental piece in the construction of the imprint's identity and an essential tool to help techno reach a wider audience. Now, fifteen years after the last chapter, “IOTDXI” is released; a double CD on which the revived label outlines its present sound, closer to the UK sound than to classic techno. On the first CD we find twelve of the most outstanding tracks R&S has released over the past eighteen months, among which are tunes by new label spearheads like Pariah, Lone, Blawan and James Blake. Furthermore, “IOTDXI” includes an unreleased remix of Model 500's “OFI” by Bullion. The second disc presents ten unreleased tracks by many of those same artists, along with the recently signed Klaus and Oneohtrix Point Never. The album is slated for release on the 31st of October..