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Generally favorable reviews- based on 26 Ratings

  • Summary: The second full-length release for the British singer-songwriter features The Big Moon as her backing band and was again produced by Charlie Andrew.
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I've got your boyfriend on my mind I think you know she stayed with me last night I held his world in my hands I threw it out to see where it would... See the rest of the song lyrics
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  1. Jun 2, 2017
    Witty, sexy, confident, and charged with live energy, I’m Not Your Man is the sound of Marika Hackman making the album she always needed to make.
  2. Jun 27, 2017
    [“Round We Go” is] a roiling, overpowering emotional mixture, and it fits right in with what I’m Not Your Man wants to accomplish: a forthright treatise on sexuality and relationships, told with an uncanny sense of comedic timing and a penchant for reaching for the throat with its hooks, arrangements, and, most resoundingly, its lyrics.
  3. 85
    Her new found confidence comes through in spades here and the end product is a record that shines with a captivating vibrancy.
  4. May 30, 2017
    Not abandoning her folk roots entirely, I’m Not Your Man proves an emotional and sonic progression for Hackman, a record that at its best is affecting and fun.
  5. Jun 1, 2017
    Her pearlescent lightness is still there in her sweetly sung cut-glass vocals, but in place of acoustic twangs there are heavy lidded licks and an overall louche noir. Grunge and shoegaze set the tone this time: the diaphanous guitar chimes enveloping like a cape.
  6. May 30, 2017
    Marika Hackman's latest evolution is a triumph that finds equilibrium amid both wit and heart.
  7. May 31, 2017
    Much of the album’s promise brews in Boyfriend, where backing band The Big Moon’s Radiohead-ish guitar chimes offer suitably insouciant support to Hackman’s take-down of male arrogance. But substance runs thin elsewhere as Hackman seems unsteady in transition, flicking through styles without finding any that thrill in colourless contrast to The Big Moon’s bright vim.

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