Grouper ‎– A I A : Dream Loss

Yellow Electric ‎– GR-006A
Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition


(First Heart Tone)
A1 Dragging The Streets 6:20
A2 I Saw A Ray 4:57
A3 Soul Eraser 8:00
B1 Atone 4:56
B2 No Other 3:47
B3 Wind Return 5:56
B4 A Lie 5:14



Part 1 of A I A.

Limited to 1000 copies.

Comes with double sided photo insert and separate track listing insert.

Side A etching: A I A : The Sound They Make At Night
Side B etching: A I A : Dragging The Streets

Distributed by: Mississippi Records

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
KRANK223 Grouper A I A : Dream Loss(LP, Album, RE) Kranky KRANK223 US 2019 Sell This Version
GR-006A Grouper A I A : Dream Loss(LP, Album, Ltd, S/Edition) Yellow Electric GR-006A US 2011 Sell This Version
GR-006A Grouper A I A : Dream Loss(LP, Album, Ltd, RP) Yellow Electric GR-006A US 2012 Sell This Version
GR-006A Grouper A I A : Dream Loss(7xFile, FLAC, Album) Yellow Electric GR-006A US 2011


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August 29, 2019
edited about 1 year ago
as suit_ said, $14 gets you a fresh copy! head over to her bandcamp, better yet, dream loss is up for $14 as well


August 29, 2019
Bandcamp now listing a new pressing of this for anyone looking!


November 18, 2018
Although this music is extremely lo-fi, the drones and quiet atmosphere require really quiet vinyl, and this LP delivers fairly well! Not totally silent but the few crackles don't distract too much from the listening experience. The LP is mastered very nicely too!


September 26, 2012
as posted on her blog, there will be another reprint of A.I.A. in the fall of 2012. wouldn't spend much on the album at the moment and rather wait.


January 24, 2012

Or maybe rocks on the edge of a river. Or maybe one large rock with pits and falls and curves and sections of lakewater collected in pools. The sky was dark grey, and the horizon was an ending. We were climbing over the rocks late on a Saturday afternoon, as we often did. He climbed up a portion of the rocks and into a hollowed out area with golden light inside. To do this, he had to climb over a tall stack of old glass bottles and glass rocks—also illuminated by the light—which were situated at a kind of entrance to this place. Once he got in, he was crouched down and doing something. I tried to follow, but I was afraid I’d topple over the bottles and glass rocks. I couldn’t step around and over them like he did. So I decided to take the wall apart in order to get through. Each bottle and glass rock was illuminated by the light of this place. Some were green, clear, blue and a few were red.