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Also known as Nebijušu Sajūtu Restaurēšanas Darbnīca
Origin Riga, Latvia
Genres Electronic, new wave, experimental
Years active 1982–1989
Associated acts Dzeltenie Pastnieki
19 Gadi Pirms Sākuma
Members Hārdijs Lediņš (deceased)
Juris Boiko (deceased)

NSRD or Nebijušu Sajūtu Restaurēšanas Darbnīca (Latvian for "Workshop for the Restoration of Unfelt Feelings") was a Latvian musical group who also greatly influenced multimedia art in their country.[1] They played experimental/electronic music with influences of new wave and new-age.

The band was formed in 1982 by Hardijs Lediņš, architect and DJ, and Juris Boiko, universal artist.[1] In the early years they played electronic avant-garde. They were pioneers of this kind of music in Latvia. Along with their fellow musicians Dzeltenie Pastnieki (who were more popular than NSRD), they were the first new wave musicians in the Latvian SSR. Their records were available only on magnetic tape.

As they were so untraditional in the Latvian music scene, they didn't gain a lot of popularity in the 1980s. Nowadays their music is popular among collectors and music fans.


  • Invalīdu tramvajs (1983)
  • Medicīna un māksla (1985)
  • Kuncendorfs un Osendovskis (1984)
  • Vējš vītolos (music for performance) (1986)
  • Faktu vispār nav (1987)
  • Dr. Enesera binokulāro deju kursi (1987)
  • 30/15 (1988)
  • Neskaties (1988)
  • Ieva Akurātere un NSRD (1989)
  • Sarkanie rakordi (1989)
  • Viegli 3 mana sirds (1992, unreleased)
  • NSRD labākās dziesmas (1982–2002) (2002)
  • Dziesmas neuzrakstītai lugai (2003, posthumously released in 2006)

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  1. ^ a b 1955-2004, Lediņš, Hardijs,; 1979-, Astahovska, Ieva,; Māra, Žeikare,. Workshop for the restoration of unfelt feelings = Nebijušu sajūtu restaurēšanas darbnīca. ISBN 9789934850998. OCLC 973024306.