jns.kln

Shigeto - Lineage jns.kln

September 17, 2018
referencing Lineage, 12", MiniAlbum, Red, GI-148
Best Shigeto release to date. Th etime this came out it was on permanent repeat.
simao1

Shigeto - Lineage simao1

September 29, 2017
referencing Lineage, 12", MiniAlbum, Ltd, GI-148
Hi, the limited is 450 units, i have number 331 / 450
pointisthelaw

Shigeto - Lineage pointisthelaw

February 2, 2017
referencing Lineage, 12", MiniAlbum, Red, GI-148
will there ever be a repress? i need this! PLEASE!
Steven-Hartka

Shigeto - Lineage Steven-Hartka

January 6, 2018
referencing Lineage, 12", MiniAlbum, Red, GI-148
Yeah same.. I tweeted at him before asking.. lol. Hopefully we will see one from Ghostly in the near future!! Fingers crossed!
mryoots

Shigeto - Lineage mryoots

February 18, 2016
referencing Lineage, 12", MiniAlbum, Ltd, GI-148

I guess 450 copies were made, not 300. Mine says 3xx / 450.
Patatat

Shigeto - Lineage Patatat

February 19, 2016
referencing Lineage, 12", MiniAlbum, Ltd, GI-148

450 total |||| 150 red, 300 black |||||| | | | | |
anemiac

Shigeto - Lineage anemiac

February 9, 2015
referencing Lineage, 12", Ltd, Num, RE, Gre, GI-148
When I worked at VG Kids in Ypsilanti I helped print these. I wish I would have grabbed one before the Discogs prices shot them up to 1 million dollars.
robertipauley

Shigeto - Lineage robertipauley

October 16, 2013
edited over 4 years ago
referencing Lineage, 12", MiniAlbum, Ltd, GI-148

love this record.
paulyf

Shigeto - Lineage paulyf

April 9, 2013
edited over 6 years ago
referencing Lineage, 12", Ltd, Num, RE, Gre, GI-148
Great album. Highly recommend.
paulyf

Shigeto - Lineage paulyf

April 12, 2013
referencing Lineage, 12", Ltd, Num, RE, Gre, GI-148
That is strange...don't know if you saw my original comment, but I bought 2 copies, one for me and one for a friend. And indeed, on both copies, there were skips all over Ann Arbor part 3 & 4 on both records. I dusted my record off with a carbon fiber brush, played through it a couple more times, and now, there are no skips at all. I didn't really adjust my counterweight much so I don't think that was the problem. Still haven't tried it again on the other record. I also have the original presses on red and black and neither have those issues. Curious if there are others that have experienced this :(
mj452312

Shigeto - Lineage mj452312

April 12, 2013
edited over 5 years ago
referencing Lineage, 12", Ltd, Num, RE, Gre, GI-148
Great album!
paulyf

Shigeto - Lineage paulyf

April 10, 2013
referencing Lineage, 12", Ltd, Num, RE, Gre, GI-148
You were right. Thanks for the reply. I just thought it was so strange how it happened on both records and only on side A? Hasn't happened on any other of my records. Will remove my comment then so as to not deter people from buying this wonderful album :)
True2

Shigeto - Lineage True2

April 10, 2013
referencing Lineage, 12", Ltd, Num, RE, Gre, GI-148

I just put on my copy to see if that was true. I played it on a turntable with the weight set to light and no skips. Sounds like you have to adjust your tone arm or cartridge.
Headphone_Commute

Shigeto - Lineage as reviewed by Headphone_Commute

March 3, 2012
referencing Lineage, 8xFile, MP3, MiniAlbum, 320, GI-148
Among purveyors of instrumental hip-hop, US West Coast beats, and jazz influenced downtempo, Shigeto is in a category all of his own. Fans of Flying Lotus‘ Brainfeeder catalog (now operated by Ninja Tune over in Europe), with releases by Teebs, Lorn, The Gaslamp Killer and many others, will find his sound fitting neatly on the shelves with sample-based abstract, left-field, and experimental grooves… except that Zachary Shigeto Saginaw is also a prolific drummer! My introduction to his sound began with his 2010 debut on Ghostly International, titled Full Circle. But it is not until I saw him live at Decibel’s 2011 Festival that I truly fell in love with his sound. I think it’s important to point out that Shigeto is one of those artists that you need to see live. Having bounced his music against my studio walls at various amplitude levels is one thing… but to witness Zach almost murdering his acoustic drum kit is completely another! I am talking about a single moment of realization through observation of the artist’s idea and message being born in his soul, then traveling through his mind, his hands, and his perspiration, into the drum sticks, then the instrument, and finally manifesting itself through the sound waves back into my ear drums… Incredible and intense! Back in my studio, I listen to Shigeto’s latest digital mini-album, Lineage. The sound is even more refined, the production is even tighter, and the ideas are solidly wrapped around the concept that is centered in all of his latest work – his family. On the album, Shigeto pays tribute to his heritage and musical ancestry, having been cultivated with jazz and the soul of Motown. At an early age, Zach jumped on the drums, and later in life completed three years of jazz study at NYC’s New School followed by three more in London. "While only Saginaw could speak to the ancestral motivation being referenced on the eight instrumental songs that comprise the mini-LP, Lineage, it’s easy to see it as an acknowledgement of debt to musical forebears, reverent respect due to the jazz, hip-hop, funk and folk that animates these eight songs." The cover art of the mini-album features a photo of Shigeto’s great grandfather’s house from 1916 in Hiroshima, Japan. The back cover includes a photo of his great grandfather at the Amache International Camp in Grenada Colorado. After the Pearl Harbor attack, the United States government retained all Japanese-Americans on the West Coast in these camps. This glimpse into Shigeto’s lineage sums up the influence of sound in his music. Be sure to also pick up Full Circle Remixes (2011), as well as the two 2010 EPs: Semi Circle and What We Held On To. Although Lineage is (mostly) a digital release, it’s also available as a limited silkscreen vinyl LP through the Ghostly Store.