Going Blank Again (1992) is a big overlong sprawling messy "diverse" bloat-fest like the Stone Roses' Second Coming but not as good.
Carnival Of Light (1994) has a great song on it called "Only Now" or something like that. I don't remember any of the others.
Tarantula (1996) is a worthless pile of generic Britpop crap, pleasant sounding but utterly forgettable, not even "shoegaze" anymore.
If that sounds like worth looking into, go for it. I listened to the EPs around Nowhere too and, uh...well, they have nice album covers, but Nowhere they ain't.
I would've liked a second Slint album. They sounded fine on their reunion tour. The Slint documentary makes the band's drummer out to be the band's primary creative force, which surprises me (David Pajo is the one who went on to the longest career of note.)