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"Madame So is unlike anything else coming out of the UK right now and all the better for it." - Listen with Monger on reviewing 'Who Are We To Judge?'


"Madame So makes music that isn’t just about experimenting with the sound, but it’s also about the content, the message, the drive behind these songs, the person behind them and Madame So has got this knack for being able to really say what needs to be said when no one else wants to say it and that is the kind of person who smashes down the walls of society and make a noise that cannot be ignored."-

 Madame So featured as Artist of the Week for SHEWOLF

"There's still a long way to go until no one has to justify their musical tastes based on their ethnicity" - Madame So discussing the making of 'Generation Y', the ever-ongoing stigma of being a Black rocker and her gear -  Interview with Kitmonsters

Questions of Judgement: an interview with Madame So by Rats on the Run - Read on

"Two things are crystal clear now, Madame So explores different sonic directions with flair and determination AND she’s here to stay." -  TURN UP THE VOLUME 

Madame So featured in She Shreds Magazine as one of "10 Artists Running London’s Underground Music Scene"


"The raw, soulful punk pop of Madame So blows us all away. As her gritty vocals ooze a refreshing honesty, scuzzy melodies leave us completely engrossed in her unique, catchy offerings." - Get In Her Ears


"Multi-layered pop rock, great languid vocals, chimming guitar, inventive, captivating" - Echoes and Dust


"This North-London based solo artist is intense. She'll remind you of so many singers but is impossible to pin down." - The Girls Are

"Possibly one of the most exciting lyricists working in London at this time. A great performer with a proper Parisian edge and a twisted sense of humour. Keep an eye on her. She's here to stay and we're happy with that." - Simulated Pragmatism 


"Parisian-born singer-songwriter with a penchant for poetic punk" - AllMusic


"Impressive stuff!" - Gary Crowley (BBC London), who played 'Sell-by Date' and 'Camden Scene' on his BBC Introducing show. 


 "Staying true to the nineties guitar sound rather than miming the seventies like a lot of on trend bands"- Supajam


Featured in AFROPUNK as "making sincerely bizarre but bizarrely catchy indie pop" - Full story

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