Angel Olsen – All Mirrors (2019) [FLAC 24bit, 44,1 kHz]

Angel Olsen - All Mirrors (2019) [FLAC 24bit, 44,1 kHz] Download

Artist: Angel Olsen
Album: All Mirrors
Genre: Rock
Release Date: 2019
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24bit, 44,1 kHz
Duration: 48:32
Total Tracks: 11
Total Size: 550 MB


1-1. Angel Olsen – Lark (06:18)
1-2. Angel Olsen – All Mirrors (04:42)
1-3. Angel Olsen – Too Easy (02:57)
1-4. Angel Olsen – New Love Cassette (03:26)
1-5. Angel Olsen – Spring (03:23)
1-6. Angel Olsen – What It Is (03:16)
1-7. Angel Olsen – Impasse (04:23)
1-8. Angel Olsen – Tonight (04:38)
1-9. Angel Olsen – Summer (04:05)
1-10. Angel Olsen – Endgame (05:19)
1-11. Angel Olsen – Chance (05:59)


The descent into darkness is a trope we find time again across history, literature and film. But there’s also an abyss above. There’s a winding white staircase that goes ever upward into the great unknown — each step, each turn, requiring a greater boldness and confidence than the one before. This is the journey on which we find Angel Olsen. Olsen’s artistic beginnings as a collaborator shifted seamlessly to her magnificent, cryptic-to-cosmic solo work, and then she formed bands to play her songs, and her stages and audiences grew exponentially. But all along, Olsen was more concerned with a different kind of path, and on her vulnerable, Big Mood new album, All Mirrors, we can see her taking an introspective deep dive towards internal destinations and revelations. In the process of making this album, she found a new sound and voice, a blast of fury mixed with hard won self-acceptance. “In every way —from the making of it, to the words, to how I feel moving forward— this record is about owning up to your darkest side,” Olsen said. “Finding the capacity for new love and trusting change, even when you feel like a stranger. This is a record about facing yourself and learning to forgive what you see. It is about losing empathy, trust, love for destructive people. It is about walking away from the noise and realizing that you can have solitude and peace in your own thoughts, that your thoughts alone can be just as valid, if not more.”Three years after My Woman, an album which saw her move even further away from her main influences (Cat Power, Hope Sandoval from Mazzy Star, Kate Bush, PJ Harvey) as she pursued her grungy indie folk (which incorporated Americana and vintage sounds) Angel Olsen has signed a more silky, shimmering and even luxurious production here. There are no commercial compromises in All Mirrors, just a clear desire to soak her music in less troubled waters… The sound is bigger, the arrangements more elaborate and the instrumentation even includes strings, again impeccably measured. Much like Annie Clark a.k.a. St Vincent, Olsen blends a powerful explosion of fury and strong self-acceptance, boosted by impressive melodies. The American is also at ease in moving from dark atmospheres to almost playful sequences. A stylistic richness that becomes even greater each time you listen to it. – Marc Zisman

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

© 2024 - WordPress Theme by WPEnjoy
%d bloggers like this: