Full Fathom Five (band)

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Full Fathom Five
Origin Brisbane, Australia
Genres rock/electronica
Labels Valve Records

Full Fathom Five is a six-piece band from Brisbane, Australia, that performs a minimalist blend of rock and electronica that has been described as "Chemical Brothers on valium" [1]. In addition to their own albums, Full Fathom Five have recorded and performed with post-classical quintet Topology producing the critically acclaimed album Future Tense, and have been commissioned to remix many Australian artists such as Paul Kelly, David Bridie, Sunk Loto and Tulipan. Collaborations with local visual artists have produced award winning film clips, powerful stage performances and highly collectable street press and poster art. During Full Fathom Five's earlier years a lot of their supplied press photography was in the form of substituted photos featuring collections of five or more people, usually old Russian or eastern European photographs and much of their poster art was inspired by early propaganda or futurist imagery. Its members have included Tam Patton, Josh Thomson, Robert Mynard, Ian Thompson, Sam Korman, Ben Thomson, James Capt and Christian Ronquillo. Full Fathom Five is signed to Brisbane label Valve Records. The name of the band comes from a line in The Tempest, by William Shakespeare.



  • 07 Seven (2001)
    1. Ready Light
    2. 5 Minutes From Machine
    3. Anxiety
    4. One Small Step
    5. ...
    6. Going Equipped
    7. Eternal Struggle
    8. So Now You're Paul Simon's Producer
    9. Gumbo
    10. Auf Wiedersehn
    11. Who's Your Daddy?
    12. Moreton Roller
  • Sides (2003)
    1. Built you a gun
    2. Sides
    3. Desert
    4. The Sea
    5. Riding falling elevators
    6. Bringing down the champion
    7. Casino
    8. Wire Loop
    9. Four & Twenty
    10. Perfect Landing
  • Future Tense (with Topology) (2004)
    1. OutInOut
    2. FF5-1 (5 Notes)
    3. Killing Music
    4. Going Equipped
    5. Between Stations
    6. John Brown
    7. Stress Positions
    8. 5 Minutes from Machine
    9. Bad People Have Parties Too
    10. The Mystical Forms of War
    11. Spiral Coda

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