MADONNA REINVENTS SELF ON ‘MADAME X’

ALBUM WAS RELEASED ON JUNE 14TH Thirty-seven years and 14 albums later, Madonna does the predictable on her latest release, Madame X … reinvent herself. After living in Portugal for several years, Madame X is heavily inspired by the country’s rich traditional and modern eclectic music. It’s far from perfect, but there’s beauty even in…

Buddy and Julie Miller, Madonna, Mindi Abair and the Boneshakers with the new and noteworthy

Madonna, Madame X (Interscope) – Given her irregular television and stage appearances in recent months, Madonna could have made a much worse studio album than the surreal globe-hopping concept album here. Critics might perceive Madame X as a superficial romp through Latin American styles, but Madonna weaving a playful mystery tale offers far more choice moments than her…

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…