NRSB-11 - NRSB-11 album cover
Label:WéMè Records – WeMe 313.6
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Limited Edition, Clear


A685-471 2
VocalsNina Kraviz
B16231-748 33:56
B2685-471 14:41


150 copies only available through WeMe Records website.
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  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): WEME 313.6 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): WEME 313.6 B

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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NRSB-11 (12", 45 RPM)WéMè RecordsWeMe 313.6Belgium2012
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NRSB-11 (12", 45 RPM, White Label)WéMè RecordsWeMe 313.6Belgium2012
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NRSB-11 (12", EP, Limited Edition, Clear)DisciplesREDISC7DLUK2023



  • reidbabbington's avatar
    Does anyone know who made the art for this ?
    • Mindfuldb's avatar
      (on 685-471 2)

      Six weeks I took a trip to Moscow for the first time with this on my phone's music library, and for those six weeks this track would constantly shuffle back into play, and this track is incredibly moody and just sets a tone of exploration, realization of where you are and what you are doing, just a range of emotions and actions. I would just be riding the metro station, waiting for my next stop, seeing the train move so fast past the concrete tunnels with some glimpses of lights, and trains on other tracks. After having the time of my life for those six weeks, I headed back on my plane to my home country, with this playing on the flight, reminiscing on all those memories. Pieces like this remind me that music is something special, something you physically cannot touch or make out into sight, but can move you in so many ways and bring you back to specific moments.

      I also remember having this in my head when I was freezing my ass off at 3 in the afternoon after leaving a party that had been going on for hours...and just staring up into the sky wondering where life was going to take me next.

      A special record, the price, of course there are disagreements, but wow, impactful.

      Just thought I should share my story.
      • hysteric's avatar
        Track B1 is a sample or reconstruction from the 1990 Miami Bass classic by Tony Rock - "She Put Me In A Trance"
        Nice EP anyway, tough job to keep electro interesting after so much has already been done, but somehow they did it.
        • XMR2's avatar
          This is just EPIC. This is what you would hear walking into a club in the year 4240..... DJ Stingray and Gerald Donald should have made the sound track to Mass Effect.
          • electrotrash's avatar
            absolutely sick record, all killer no filler!! really hoping this collaboration continues...
            • bishop_siege_alpha's avatar
              Superb collaboration between Stingray and Donald. True spring, the electro vibes are almost erotic on this one.


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