Madonna – Madame X (3 stars) review by The List

  Pop icon’s 14th studio album is introspective and vibrantly self-confident It’s hard to know what to look forward to the most from a new Madonna album; the familiar line of descent between the NYC-flavoured brand of smart bubblegum pop she first started releasing in 1982, or a sense of chameleonic musical change which she’s made work…

CELEBRATE PRIDE WITH PELOTON AND MADONNA

As part of their Pride celebrations, Peloton is teaming up with Madonna for a weekend of themed workouts. Photo from Madonna’s facebook page.   From June 27th-30th, Peloton will offer cycling, running, and yoga classes with a Madonna-themed soundtrack. For each of the Madonna classes taken that weekend (live or on-demand), Peloton will donate $1…

On Hating Madonna Today, the world’s most accomplished pop star provokes ire and indifference. Where did she — or we — go wrong?

….’The sad thing about Madonna’s disrepute is that doubters have no idea how interesting she still is. “Madame X” is more original than half of what her younger contemporaries are doing. Some of the overt politicism doesn’t work, but when it does, Madonna’s ear for catchy beats and rousing vocal inflections is as keen as…