Father / Daughter Discography


Esther Rose - You Made It This Far

August 23, 2019 · FD-083


"It sounds like it’s from a different era, rootsy and warm, Rose’s voice filled out by strings and a sentimental bent." - Stereogum

     

Sir Babygirl - Praying

June 7, 2019 · FD-082


"Undeniably powerful." - Stereogum

     

Christelle Bofale - Swim Team

May 31, 2019 · FD-084


"'U Ouchea' is a low-key majestic intro to her unique sound, as it softly eases into a relaxed, warmly hypnotic groove, taking its glorious time as it winds and flows like the Colorado river." - Gorilla vs Bear

     

Partner - Saturday the 14th

April 5, 2019 · Father/Daughter Records · FD-081


"Partner are a Canadian duo who love smart-ass stoner humor almost as much as they love insta-classic alt-rock riffs. - Rolling Stone

     

Sir Babygirl - Crush on Me

February 15, 2019 · FD-076


“The euphoria of flirting with a new person, the neurotic nature of texting someone you just wanna make out with, that aching feeling when it doesn’t work out. Sir Babygirl has songs about it all.” - The Fader

     

Rose Droll - Your Dog

November 16, 2018 · FD-077


"...it's full of these wonderful thickets of ideas—a little bit of 70s singer-songwriter tropes here, a little minimal jazz there, a synth-marimba (or glockenspiel or something) that pops up for a tiny melody and then drops away." - Noisey

     

Tasha - Alone at Last

October 26, 2018 · FD-078


"Tasha offers songs as serene as the world she hopes to someday live in." - Pitchfork

     

Moaning Lisa - Do You Know Enough?

October 19, 2018 · FD-080


"Expressive, approachable and steeped in trendy attitude, Moaning Lisa are the Canberra rockers you just wanna be friends with." - Happy Mag

     

Kat Gardiner - Little Wonder

October 5, 2018 · FD-075


"If Lydia Davis grew up crying to K Records tapes, or if Ray Carver was haunted by coastal loneliness instead of suburban dread." - Paste

Whitney Ballen - You're A Shooting Star, I'm A Sinking Ship

August 24, 2018 · FD-074


"There’s something to be said for the intrigue of a discomforting welcome. Issaquah-based singer-songwriter Whitney Ballen greets listeners to her new album with a guitar riff that aurally feels like bugs creeping and crawling over one’s skin, only to be followed by her whispery vocals that send a shiver up the spine before giving way to banshee wails as waves of crashing instrumental sounds build. It’s a jarring introduction that prevents any chance at complacent listening. - Seattle Weekly

    

Pllush - Stranger to the Pain

June 8, 2018 · FD-066


"A burnt-out, dreamy haze that feels tentative about life’s uncertainties even as it sounds supremely confident." - Stereogum

    

Remember Sports - Slow Buzz

May 18, 2018 · FD-072


"As Remember Sports charts a new path forward, they re-emerge as a band that'll be hard to forget." - NPR Music

    

Attic Abasement - Dancing Is Depressing (Expanded Edition)

April 6, 2018 · FD-065


"Owning Dancing Is Depressing, like Dancing Is Depressing, is a once-in-a-lifetime special thing." - The Fader

    

Pale Kids - Hesitater

March 23, 2018 · FD-067


"A blazing, brilliant return." - GoldFlakePaint

    

Shamir - Room

March 9, 2018 · FD-069


"It's a homebody anthem with groovy drums, like a DIY take on ’60s girl-group percussion. It also showcases Shamir's charming diction, particularly on the speedily sung verse melodies." - The Fader

    

Anna McClellan - Yes and No

February 23, 2018 · FD-063


"Whether she’s barrelling down an interstate or outgrowing a lover, McClellan’s music captures the thrill of changing emotions." - Pitchfork

    

NADINE - oh my

January 26, 2018 · FD-062


"On their debut as a trio, Phantom Posse singer-songwriter Nadia Hulett and members of Ava Luna play with open-ended questions and experimental pop zest." - Pitchfork

    

Dama Scout - Dama Scout EP

December 15, 2017 · FD-068


“One​ ​of​ ​London’s​ ​most​ ​promising​ ​new​ ​bands”​ ​-​ ​​NME​

    

Fits - All Belief is Paradise

November 17, 2017 · FD-059


"Sharp, smart burst of colour" - GoldFlakePaint

    

Shamir - Revelations

November 3, 2017 · FD-064


"Revelations feels like Shamir's most vulnerable and sure-footed work; its stripped-down, self-produced songs are brimming with self-assurance and confidence, even in the midst of anxiety and heartache." - NPR

    

Remember Sports & Plush - Split

October 20, 2017 · FD-061


"Half the band’s charm comes from their chemistry together and the way that their songs barrel towards a ramshackle conclusion." - Stereogum

Who Is She? - Seattle Gossip

October 6, 2017 · FD-057


“Top 8″ is a great example of the economical yet effective songwriting that marks the current crop of Seattle talent, which often uses goofiness and likability as a way to get to the tender vulnerabilities at the heart of everyday life." - Stereogum

    

Pardoner - Uncontrollable Salvation

September 8, 2017 · FD-056


"Pardoner’s sludgy rock is poised and calculated in its messiness" - Pitchfork

    

SOAR - dark / gold

August 25, 2017 · FD-060


"Wistfully sentimental" - Stereogum

    

Art School Jocks - Art School Jocks

June 2, 2017 · FD-058


"This first single from the band's debut self-titled EP is a great example of why Art School Jocks self-applied the description "existential basement pop," with its hooky melody and weighty subject matter." - NPR All Songs Considered

    

Alex Napping - Mise En Place

May 5, 2017 · FD-051


"'Living Room' is a wistful breakdown about the spaces we create for ourselves, both literal and metaphorical, and what happens when we want to or plan for someone else to move in." -Stereogum

    

Loose Tooth - Big Day

April 7, 2017 · FD-050


"Loose Tooth have amassed a reputation as one of the rowdiest, most unpredictable bands in the Philly underground, hopscotching between post-hardcore, midwestern emo, scuzz-rock, and slacker pop." - Pitchfork

    

Diet Cig - Swear I’m Good At This

April 7, 2017 · FD-055


"Their twee stylings could easily become sickly sweet to a fault if mishandled, but Luciano’s honeyed voice makes the sentimental songwriting relatable. The rickety guitar lines and Noah Bowman’s efficient drumming help carry the song’s playful pop melody. As of yet, Diet Cig show no signs of growing pains." - Pitchfork

    

Hiccup - Imaginary Enemies

March 24, 2017 · FD-049


"Late night's favorite misfits have started a power pop trio and man oh man are they catchy." - Noisey