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This Time / Here Today (RSD 24)

Record Store Day 2024 - Red 7" - £13.99
Sleater-Kinney's Little Rope is one of the finest, most delicately layered records in the band’s 30-year career.

Path of Wellness

very limited indies exclusive 150g opaque white lp in gatefold - 1 per customer - £25.99 | Buy
cd - £10.99 | Buy
Their most liberated album yet, despite its confined recording environs, the duo’s first self-produced album finds them taking their inherent spark into n...

One Beat

lp + download - £14.99 | Buy
‘One Beat’ is the sixth studio album from Sleater-Kinney, originally released on August 20, 2002 by Kill Rock Stars.


2lp + etched side d + download - £17.99 | Buy
‘The Woods’ is the seventh and final studio album from Sleater-Kinney, released on May 24, 2005 by Sub Pop.

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The Raincoats (2023 repress)

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Lambrini Girls

You're Welcome

Limited *Signed* LP - £19.99
Bold, brash, and bolshy - these local tearaways are proper - stopping shows to nip to the shops and load up on their namesake, creating safe spaces for all, enl...
Little Rope


  1. Hell
  2. Needlessly Wild
  3. Say It Like You Mean It
  4. Hunt You Down
  5. Small Finds
  6. Don’t Feel Right
  7. Six Mistakes
  8. Crusader
  9. Dress Yourself
  10. Untidy Creature


Little Rope

loma vista
  • limited select retailers exclusive orange & black marble lp

    Released: 19th Jan 2024

  • black lp

    Released: 19th Jan 2024

  • cd

    Released: 19th Jan 2024


Preorder by 19th January for your chance to win a super limited signed test pressing!!*

Carrie and Corin are in brazen, tub-thumping form on this, their fourth album since the reformation.

Throwing caution to the wind, they embrace their flaws and eccentricities, elevating the most subtle aspects of the band into legend, all the while creating some of the finest indie-rock sing-alongs this side of 'The Woods'. their eleventh studio album is one of the finest, most delicately layered records in Sleater-Kinney’s nearly 30-year career. To call the album flawless feels like an insult to its intent – it careens headfirst into flaw and brokenness – a meditation on what living in a world of perpetual crisis has done to us, and what we do to the world in return. On the surface, the album’s 10 songs veer from spare to anthemic, catchy to deliberately hard-turning. But beneath that are perhaps the most complex and subtle arrangements of any Sleater-Kinney record, and a lyrical and emotional compass pointed firmly in the direction of something both liberating and terrifying: the sense that the only way to gain control is to let it go.


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