Midimiliz* ‎– Non Standards

Wakyo Records ‎– WKYCD-02, Gravity Plus Records ‎– G+ CD 003
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1 Midimiliz* Dos Canones 7:17
2 Midimiliz* 10,000 Watts 6:49
3 Midimiliz* Trace Function 6:13
4 Midimiliz* The Invisible Witness 6:52
5 Midimiliz* Feet In The Air 5:16
6 Midimiliz* Treble Rebel 6:03
7 Midimiliz* Speaker Sneaker 7:10
8 Midimiliz* Nick Jacholson 6:26
9 Midimiliz* Supersymmetry 6:36
10 X-Dream Psychomachine (Midimiliz' Punked Remix)
Remix – Midimiliz*Written-By – Jan Müller, Marcus C. Maichel
11 Midimiliz* Exclusions 6:35



Mastered at The Exchange, London.
Distributed by Univeral Music K.K. / IMS
Licensed from Gravity Plus Records to Wakyo Records for Japan.

Running time: 72:56

Tracks 10 and 11 are bonus tracks. Track 11 is exclusive to the Japanese edition.

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May 26, 2005
edited over 12 years ago

I started listening Midimiliz since year 2000, and i must say that they have evolved a lot since then, they are used to make the most Darkest psy-techno stuff around, no one can get to their level in this genre, they are the masters, the GODS. "Non Standards" is what i call real EVOLUTION on their carreer, not to mention the label from wich they have released this album. In 2004 they changed style radically with tracks like "The Secret Dynasty", "Cyclic Structure" and "Irreflexive".

Now i really have to say that this album grows on my ears and mind perfectly, i always love dark trips and this is one of the best! With this album i feel like i'm in a forest without a single light and i'm running from something, a beast perhaps, or a ghost, but it's just perfect.

Best tracks: 1. Dos Canones, 4. The Invisible Witness, 7. Speaker Sneaker!!, 10. Psychomachine (Midi Miliz' Punked Remix) < What a dark trip!

MARK: 10/10


May 25, 2005
edited over 12 years ago

I've likewise been a Midi Miliz fan for a couple of years, and, much to my dismay I was highly dissapointed with this album. Excepting the opening track, the rest of the album is rather bland and unimaginative compared to previous Midi Miliz releases imo. Whatever happened to tracks like "Aeromode," "No Exit," and "One Point One?!" I'm convinced they can do better than this new album and I still have high hopes for the talented duo in the offing.


May 18, 2005
edited over 12 years ago

I've been a MidiMiliz fan for years, and I have to say I really liked this album. It's a bit smoother, groovier and lighter (as in, not as dark) than their previous albums and releases, but still plenty thumpin' stompin' music. The tracks are a bit too short for my liking, but I find it very easy to listen thru the whole album several times in a row, which is a fairly rare occurence for me. I was a bit "disappointed" also the first time I listened to this album, but after a few listens it has totally grown on me. 10000 Watts, The Invisible Witness, Nick Jackolson and Supersymmetry are absolutely gorgeous tracks, and the Psychomachine Punked Remix is plenty dark and loud if that's the angle you prefer (I definitely like it!) The rest of the tracks are really nice, a bit less in my vein since I'm not a big fan of electro (they're not electro tracks proper, just slightly influenced), but quite a pleasure to listen to nonetheless.

The album as a whole holds itself really well, and isn't just a random collection of unrelated tracks. I find the production to be totally fine, smooth and very clean. In fact I dare anyone to try and do better ;P

All in all a very good album, if you don't like it at first, give it a few more listens, it's defnitely worth the effort. I don't really care about "styles" too much, I'm much more of a musical person myself, and this album is definitely quite musical to my ears. Not a trace of nosebleed techno or annoying sounds either, really top notch.

I give it a rating of 10 giant air-shoving ground-shaking madness-inducing subwoofers out of a possible 10.