Marika Hackman – Time’s Been Reckless (radio edit) (radio edit)

Labels: Sub Pop Records
Number of Tracks: 1
Total Time: 3:12
From the Album: I’m Not Your Man
Available Date & Time: July 18, 2017 04:38 PM ET
Country: USA

What The People are saying about I’m Not Your Man:

"A collection of unabashedly real songs…Hackman’s greatest weapon is her words, and she uses her dark wit to lure you in while conveying strong messages about her life and society." [I’m Not Your Man] – Stereogum
"‘I’m Not Your Man’ is not afraid to call out the big questions around femininity, sexual identity, millennial ennui, the pressures of living in a social media bubble and the perils of being young in a fast-paced world." [I’m Not Your Man] – Vents Magazine

"The transition Marika makes on this album is a bit like the one Angel Olsen made on Burn Your Fire for No Witness and Mitski made on Bury Me at Makeout Creek. Like those two artists, Marika transitions to driving rock without abandoning the delicacy of her softer material. Her haunting delivery makes rock songs like "Boyfriend" and "Time’s Been Reckless" stand out from the pack of today’s grungy indie rock bands. And she’s got still a handful of softer songs on I’m Not Your Man. "Violet," "Cigarette," "Apple Tree," and "I’d Rather Be With Them" are as arresting as anything on her debut." [I’m Not Your Man] – Brooklyn Vegan
"It’s a statement that this album roundly contradicts, being warm-hearted and emotionally liberated throughout." [I’m Not Your Man] – Loud and Quiet
"More than anything ‘I’m Not Your Man’ is the sound of Marika Hackman making a statement. A statement that pushes her to the forefront with an album that dazzles and welcomes anyone in with open arms, and lays out a path for the artist and role she’s destined to become." [I’m Not Your Man] – Dork
"I’m Not Your Man proves an emotional and sonic progression for Hackman, a record that at its best is affecting and fun. It shows her to be an artist growing in her stride, increasing her capacity to be more artful and at once more true." [4/5, I’m Not Your Man] – The Skinny
"Describing the genesis of the album, Hackman explained that the title can mean "I’m not your man, I’m your woman" or even "I’m not a part of this." The latter hits hard on the still outsider nature of a female singer-songwriter in the modern music industry. I’m Not Your Man is an unapologetically lengthy rejection of all of that, and one that goes a long way to show the tone and range of Hackman’s music beyond dark acoustics and into a world of electric guitars that can lilt and rage along with the shamelessly blunt singer. It’s less of a reinvention and more of a defiant resolve to create the music she wants to create, genre pigeonholing be damned." [I’m Not Your Man] – Spectrum Culture

"Wary, unsparing post-modern fairy-tales gilded in silky will and sugar-coated thrills, "Man," fans cozy smoldering love-potions into rampant vampire fires; sensuous gender-politics slipped into breezy indie-pop hospitality explores coy detours enticing ulterior queries from brazen phrases. A fertile mind bursting with intrepid methods, Hackman tactfully reels from servant to serpent, engaging both sides to pit and outwit her divided desires." [I’m Not Your Man] – Maximum Ink

Marika Hackman’s previously announced co-headlining tour with The Big Moon begins July 29th in Los Angeles at the Bootleg Theatre and ends August 16th in Brooklyn at Baby’s All Right.  The Big Moon will act as her backing band for this trek (and are the studio musicians with whom she recorded I’m Not Your Man).  The 14-city tour will also visit  Chicago, Vancouver, Toronto, Montreal, Denver, Boston, Minneapolis, Seattle, and more. The Big Moon are currently supporting Love in the 4th Dimension, out now on Columbia Records.

Tour Dates

Jul. 29 – Los Angeles, CA – Bootleg*
Jul. 31 – Oakland, CA – Starline Social Club*
Aug. 02 – Portland, OR – Mississippi Studios*
Aug. 03 – Vancouver, BC – Biltmore Cabaret*
Aug. 04 – Seattle, WA – Sunset Tavern*
Aug. 06 – Salt Lake City, UT – Kilby Court*
Aug. 07  Denver, CO  –  Lost Lake*
Aug. 09 – Minneapolis, MN – 7th St Entry*
Aug. 10 – Milwaukee, WI  – Back Room at Collectivo*
Aug. 11 – Chicago, IL – Schubas*
Aug. 13 – Toronto, ON – The Drake*
Aug. 14 – Montreal, QC – Casa del Popolo*
Aug. 15 – Boston, MA –  Great Scott*
Aug. 16 – Brooklyn, NY –  Baby’s All Right*
*w/ The Big Moon



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