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  1. Jul 07,  · Initial Conditions was issued on 7″ blue vinyl, limited edition, by Yatra Arts, Canada, and includes a remix by Senking. Initial Conditions Video has Arrived Posted by reptilicus ⋅ March 27,
  2. Reptilicus is a collaborative effort of two Icelanders who will take anything sonic from the environment and organize it into what might be called the semblance of music. Making "music" is not a primary goal and the main concern is with pushing the boundaries of what is considered "listenable" and to this end a variety of sonic sources are.
  3. The occasion was to celebrate the release of Reptilicus' first output in years: Initial Conditions, a blue vinyl 7" that included a remix by Senking on the B-side. At the time, production for modular-synthesizer documentary I Dream of Wires was under way.
  4. Oct 19,  · In late November , Reptilicus, Senking, Rúnar Magnússon, and Orphx shared the bill at a concert in Toronto organised by Praveer Baijal founder of Toronto label Yatra-Arts. The occasion was to celebrate the release of Reptilicus' first output in years: Initial Conditions, a blue vinyl 7 that included a remix by Senking on the B-side.
  5. In the fall of Reptilicus came into contact with Praveer Baijal, founder of Canadian experimental music & art imprint Yatra Arts. The first fruits of their collaboration saw light of day in November a beautiful limited edition, blue vinyl 7″ entitled “Initial Conditions”, Reptilicus’ first proper release in .
  6. Reptilicus is a Danish-American giant monster film about a prehistoric jiuringtyczpenworlden.anourgrebenciopatenniepeachphacarde.co film was produced by American International Pictures and Saga Studio and separate versions were released in Denmark and in the United States.. The original Danish-language version was directed by Danish director Poul Bang and released in Denmark on February 25,
  7. Directed by Poul Bang, Sidney W. Pink. With Bent Mejding, Asbjørn Andersen, Povl Wøldike, Ann Smyrner. After copper miners discover part of the frozen tail of a prehistoric monster in Lapland, scientists inadvertently bring it back to life.

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