Biography

There’s more than one artist / band named Soylent Green. All the tracks you can listen to here until now are from the German / band soylent green (1.).

1. soylent green (Germany), / mixed with US-/Collegerock, also see soylent green’s myspace page

2. Soylent Green aka Roman Flügel, Elektro

3. Soylent Green (Netherlands), Ambient-Trance-Metal

4. Soylent Green, Progressive Rock/Metal

5. Soylent Green, hardcore punk

1. soylent green (Germany):
soylent green was founded in 1995 in the midst of Lower Bavaria, Germany, by four friends knowing each other from attending the same high school. They started out writing songs heavily influenced by the / Crossover scene releasing their first demo “Emotional Mind Burst” soon to be followed by their first full length CD “Temple of the sun”. 1998 marked a turning point in soylent green’s sound which could already be heard in two songs of ”believe”, their third album, this time appearing on tap-water records. Since the beginning, there had always been a great focus on melodies and subsequently, the music adopted to this. The result could be heard on the 2000 release „the space between us“ now settling deeply inside – mostly heavily emotional – Indie-Pop / College-Rock and was further elaborated on „signals & sentiments“ (2002). Around this time, soylent green began to shift their base to Munich with all members arriving there sooner or later. Since then, lots of new songs were written and are in the process of being written, some were already recorded as demo versions (”rough mixes”). Listen to them here on last.fm, where you can also download many of soylent green’s releases up to date.
members: Robert Pietsch (voc, git), Arno Reichenauer (git), Thomas Matzies (b), Sebastian Frenzel (dr)

2. Soylent Green aka Roman Flügel, Elektro
One of the biggest names in the German electronic music scene. Active since the early 1990’s, Flügel is a chameleon visiting many styles from ambient/idm to house, techno, electro and leftfield. Works solo under the name ‘Alter Ego’ or with long time partner Jorn Elling Wuttke. Also co-founder of the Ongaku/Klang/Playhouse labels.

3. to be added

4. There is also a Soylent Green from Tellingstedt, Germany tat plays Progressive Rock/Metal.
Lineup:
Uli Seidenpfennig - Bass
Philip Herberger - Keyboards
Sven Nuppnau - Drums
Dit - Vocals
Artschi - Guitar
Marco - Guitar

5. A hardcore punk formed in Phoenix in the 1980s, featured on the “This Is Phoenix, Not The Circle Jerks” compilitation.

Edited by JakeLafferty on 12 Sep 2009, 22:12

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