Tagged: In the press
Madame X is all over the daily Italian press this morning, with beautifully illustrated stories – often full page ones – reporting from what looks to be a panel interview for the launch of the new album at a mysterious private club in London.
Italian fans can find Madame X on the pages of la Repubblica, Corriere della Sera, Il Giornale, il Messaggero and the three variations of Quotidiano Nazionale (Il Giorno, La Nazione, Il Resto del Carlino). Read More
The Italian press was invited to listen to the new Madonna album yesterday, and the first reviews started appearing online overnight.
Even if MadonnaTribe is not featuring an Italian language version of this News page anymore – but you’re invited to join fellow Madonnari at our Italian Forum – we would not pass the opportunity to collect the reviews as they are in in this article, starting with the brilliant article by Andrea Annaratone on Vanity Fair – which is going to have soon their own Madame X cover. Read More
The online website of The New York Times published their Sunday Magazine cover story by Vanessa Grigoriadis which is more than an album review, not just an interview, and almost an essai about who Madonna is today – illustrated by images created by French artist JR that are works of art of their own. Read More
Mark Beech at Forbes discusses why Madonna – the best-selling female recording artist of all time – may well have the last commercial laugh in 2019 despite those critics who wrote her star off this weekend after her Eurovision performance, and said that many younger pretenders now have captured her pop crown. Read More
Live Nation UK celebrated the announcement of the Madame X Tour dates at The London Palladium setting-up a flash mob to the notes of Vogue in front of the celebrated West End theatre today at 12:30. Madonna ads were also spotted in full page and double page spreads in the local press. Read More
The online website for Classic FM – the UK’s only 100% classical music radio station in the UK – had a closer look at Medellín and published a proper musical analysis of what they call “a remarkably subtle and simple pop song, a neat method for Madonna to introduce us to the next phase of her chameleonic career.” Read More
“I have been kidnapped, tortured, humiliated and abused. But I still have hope,” Madonna says in the video for her new single. Here’s the review by Rolling Stone. Read More