Oliver Marson – Cocaine Romance: Does Post Punk Have a New Prodigal Son?

With his upcoming release of “Cocaine Romance” up and coming London-based artist Oliver Marson has reinvented Post Punk Goth Rock with a new Synth Pop twist. While many people saw Palewaves as the perfect crossover of Goth and Pop, their tracks were as dark as daylight compared to Cocaine Romance.

Any fans of the Editors, Bauhaus, Sisters of Mercy, and Siouxsie and the Banshees are definitely going to appreciate the romantically macabre single Cocaine Romance which is fuelled with archaic allure.

Perceptibly, it took an alchemic amount of aural command to make Cocaine Romance a moody danceable track whilst synergistically being a stylistic hit. The amount of gothic euphoria which spills from Cocaine Romance makes it a highly playlist-worthy single. With shiver-inducingly mesmeric vocals, elements of spacy synthy futurism, and the impact of the slightly salacious lyricism, Cocaine Romance will leave plenty of people’s dispositions altered.

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Review by Amelia Vandergast

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