Father / Daughter Discography


Remember Sports - Sunchokes (Deluxe Edition)

November 15, 2019 · FD-086


Smart, sweetly slashing indie-rock that recalls peers like Swearin’ and Waxahatchee, with wonderful tunes about wasting anxious hours on nervous boys." - Rolling Stone

     

Sir Babygirl - Crush on Me: BICONIC Edition

November 8, 2019 · FD-087


"Sir Babygirl's songs are as wildly spiked musically as they are emotionally -- a blithely confrontational mix of bedroom indie rock and futuristic turbo-pop with all levels in the red." - Billboard

     

Lisa Prank - Perfect Love Song

October 4, 2019 · FD-085


"Doubles down on Edwards’ penchant for pop-punk hooks and puckered songwriting." - Stereogum

     

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