Angel Olsen

All Mirrors


This album was released 34 weeks ago.

87% ±9% 19 reviews
# Song 4WIM
1 Lark
2 All Mirrors
3 Too Easy
4 New Love Cassette
5 Spring
6 What It Is
7 Impasse
8 Tonight
9 Summer
10 Endgame
11 Chance
Rating Source
87% 4WIM Rating
100% Consequence of Sound A beguiling spell book of evolutionary incantations both in sound and in self, her latest LP sees the songstress leap out of the jukebox, taking a sledgehammer to the lighthearted lunacy of love so deeply embedded in My Woman’s DNA.
100% New Musical Express On her fourth album she looks to herself for solaceAngel Olsen has the sort of vocal that can convey enormous, abstract feeling with a single crackle.
100% Nöjesguiden Som vi misstänkt efter att ha hört singlarna är skivan All Mirrors Angel Olsens mest hjärtskärande verk hittills.
100% Music OMH Building on the success of her previous album, 2016’s My Woman, could have been a simple exercise for Angel Olsen.
95% Paste Magazine From her very earliest recordings, Angel Olsen has mined drama from her relationships with physically present but psychologically absent partners.
90% Loud & Quiet They can just as easily be applied to the entirely of Angel Olsen’s fourth album, which is as unexpected as the artist herself.
90% God is in the TV Thankfully these concerns prove to be unfounded.  All Mirrors pivots and weaves, gracefully easing through styles and moods.  The record comes decked out in classic brass fittings, its detailed nuances a homage to a record collection worn down by gramophone needles.
90% The Line of Best Fit
90% Under the Radar Magazine On Olsen's rapturous fourth album, All Mirrors, this cleansed vision is precisely what she gifts us.
90% Exclaim! Music Angel Olsen All Mirrors By Matthew Blenkarn Published Oct 02, 2019 9 To say that Angel Olsen's latest is a great leap forward is no slight on her previous work.
85% The 405 This continues on All Mirrors, and the additional instrumentation on her fourth record puts it all on a much grander stage, but could also be said to put a distance between listener and singer.
80% DIY Magazine With each record, it’s becoming clear that Angel Olsen’s evolution is akin to an auteur director.
80% Record Collector
80% The Guardian It didn’t just get 8.8 from Pitchfork, it broke the lower reaches of the US Top 50 and spawned a successful single in Shut Up Kiss Me, a song that you can imagine rousing a huge festival crowd.
80% Tiny Mixtapes The sorrowful rigors of her previous work hadn’t gone away, but an adherence to a jangly 90s indie rock aesthetic somehow dulled them.
80% The Skinny When considered against the background of her music, it's illuminating – Olsen’s four LPs to date are overflowing with emotional turmoil and doomed romance, themes that might have grown tiresome were it not for her evident optimism and relentless passion.
80% The Firenote From this point in time, Olsen has been building momentum and style which has all come together on All Mirrors.
80% QRO Magazine
67% Gaffa (Sweden)