Father / Daughter Discography


Cocktails - s/t EP

May 7, 2013 · FD-008


"Cocktails, a self-described “slop-pop” foursome from San Francisco, blend sun-baked fuzz with Pacific Coast Highway-ready melodies, stirred in turn by frontman Patrick Clos’ Elvis Costello-like sneer." -- Spin

Leapling - Losing Face

January 13, 2013 · FD-007


"With warm, subtle textures and softly rolling melodies, Leapling’s Losing Face EP is both catchy and cozy." -- Turntable Kitchen

Pure Bathing Culture - s/t EP

May 22, 2012 · FD-006


"There's something about the lead song...that glowers like a grey English afternoon, the dejected guitar lines stinging like the watery rods that poured through the Sundays' Reading, Writing, and Arithmetic." -- Pitchfork

Oregon Bike Trails (now Cayucas) - High School Lover

September 13, 2011 · FD-005


"Oregon Bike Trails draw largely on Panda Bear-style submerged vocals, vintage samples and structural repetition, placing these tools in the service of bedroom Beach Boys odes instead of the Animal Collective member’s experimental, patience-trying efforts." -- Los Angeles Times

Mutual Benefit & Holy Spirits - Mutual Spirits

May 24, 2011 · FD-004


"Mutual Benefit on one side, giving us more childlike crooning. Holy Spirits on the other, making you contemplate religion again with their sacred sounds." -- Smoke Don't Smoke

Levek - Look on the Bright Side

November 16, 2010 · FD-003


"Even with the skill level of certain artists increasing, even with the technology expanding to make their talents flourish to a greater degree, every now and again, a song comes along and makes us scratch our heads incredulously and say, "There's no way one person is doing all of that." "Look on the Bright Side", the debut single from Levek, happens to be one of those songs." -- Pitchfork

tooth ache. - Skin

August 7, 2010 · FD-002


"Self-described as "downer pop" but we're seeing a lot of silver lining" -- Impose Magazine

Family Trees - Dream Talkin

June 29, 2010 · FD-001


"Lovely, lazy 1950s-feeling tune." -- Pitchfork