Tagged: Madame X Reviews
MadonnaTribe‘s very own Mario John shares his thoughts on Madame X – a strange piece of an art work, which – as with Madonna herself – is loved and hated with the same strenght. “Like with Madonna herself, you either embrace it or reject it. There are no half measures with Madame X.” Read More
There are a few more Madame X reviews published on the online websites of several American media outlets – unsurprisingly many make sure to mention in a way or another that new Madonna album is dropping on the same day of the new record by Bruce Springsteen, Western Stars. Read More
Alexis Petridis met Madonna in London to talk about her new album Madame X. Her interview is out now on The Guardian – check out a short excerpt. Read More
The Irish Times calls Madame X “big, ballsy and more than a bit bizarre” and says that Madonna takes on numerous characters, and many, many accents, to create a wild and varied universe that’s reflective of the general doom the world is swilling around in. Read More
Dan Wootton, The Sun‘s Executive Editor who could not contain his excitement when he first heard the entire Madame X album last month, has finally published his track-by-track guide to the new Madonna album that features some of the most daring pieces of music in her career. The article also features a previously unreleased promotional picture of Madame X – the musician. 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