Darkness Prevails Electro, Futurepop Pulcher Femina Italian Pulcher Femina, a project of Roberto Conforti, made two releases back in the beginning of the 21st century on Decadance Records. 'Fallen Angel' came out in 2000 and 'Shadows of the Lovers' came out in 2002. Since then things have been very quiet and it stayed quiet all the way to 2010 when his third release 'Darkness Prevails' is up for release. The best way to describe Pulcher Femina would probably be to use the term Dark Electro, I can't find any other suitable way to describe it, and perhaps Futurepop would do as well. Danceable beats combined with a sweet voice. The first thing that strikes me is that the album feels a bit edgeless, you know, like people that are described as "nice", they are friendly and good people, but they don't stand out from the crowd. The same thing goes for this album, it's well composed, the music and vocals is fine, but I lack some push. The album finally gets some edge with in the middle of it all, with tracks like "Grim Surroundings" (the melody is wonderful), "Broken Hearted" and finally the bit slower, but still my favourite, "To Fight To Find". Pulcher Femina have the possibility to make a great album, sharp enough to cut you open, but this is more like a pillow fight. 450
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Pulcher Femina - Darkness Prevails

Italian Pulcher Femina, a project of Roberto Conforti, made two releases back in the beginning of the 21st century on Decadance Records. 'Fallen Angel' came out in 2000 and 'Shadows of the Lovers' came out in 2002. Since then things have been very quiet and it stayed quiet all the way to 2010 when his third release 'Darkness Prevails' is up for release.

The best way to describe Pulcher Femina would probably be to use the term Dark Electro, I can't find any other suitable way to describe it, and perhaps Futurepop would do as well. Danceable beats combined with a sweet voice. The first thing that strikes me is that the album feels a bit edgeless, you know, like people that are described as "nice", they are friendly and good people, but they don't stand out from the crowd. The same thing goes for this album, it's well composed, the music and vocals is fine, but I lack some push.

The album finally gets some edge with in the middle of it all, with tracks like "Grim Surroundings" (the melody is wonderful), "Broken Hearted" and finally the bit slower, but still my favourite, "To Fight To Find".

Pulcher Femina have the possibility to make a great album, sharp enough to cut you open, but this is more like a pillow fight.
Jan 21 2010

Patrik Lindström

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Founder of Brutal Resonance in 2009, founder of Electroracle and founder of ex Promonetics. Used to write a whole lot for Brutal Resonance and have written over 500 reviews. Nowadays, mostly focusing on the website and paving way for our writers.

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