"Multi-layered pop rock, great languid vocals, chimming guitar, inventive, captivating" - Echoes and Dust
Madame So "blasts out original, edgy and intelligent indie pop"- The Morning Star 
"This North-London based solo artist is intense. She'll remind you of so many singers but is impossiible to pin down." -The Girls Are

Madame So on the Wayne Boucaud radio show, Black in 3D- Full interview

"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 
"Madame So is able to provide the listener with a dynamic sound that catches the mind as much as the feet"Emerging Indie Bands
"Parisian-born singer-songwriter with a penchant for poetic punk" - AllMusic
'She's Pretty Good For a Girl': Madame So feature- Read on
One of "10 Black women in Rock'n'Roll you should know", according to For Harriet -Read on 
Music Review Unsigned on 'The Sell-by Date EP'-"Perky forward motion, vocals simultaneously nonchalant and committed, and worked-on lyrics are the order of the day"- Full story
"Impressive stuff!"- Gary Crowley (BBC London), who played 'Sell-by Date' and 'Camden Scene' on his BBC Introducing show. 
Seal of approval from Artrocker Magazine Correspondent, Colin Jackson-"Even Radio 1, through the medium of one of their remaining credible shows (Gary Crowley's 'BBC Introducing') have given her songs an airing. Can't be bad! Expect more."-Full story
Hailed by Supajam for "staying true to the nineties guitar sound rather than miming the seventies like a lot of on trend bands"-Full story
Featured in Afro-Punk as "making sincerely bizarre but bizarrely catchy indie pop"- Full story