Review + Photos: Angel Olsen’s immaculate performance at The Fillmore

Angel Olsen (photo: Patric Carver) Like any contemporary magnum opus, Angel Olsen’s My Woman feels both inextricably defined by its immediate context and yet wholly timeless. The singer-songwriter’s third studio LP alludes to a number of bygone eras — most prominently that of 1960s country pop and the following decade's folk-rock giants such as Fleetwood Mac — yet still maintains a sonic architecture that is rooted in modern designs. And as all artists who have just released a magnum opus tend to do, she drew predominantly from the album for her set at The Fillmore this past Wednesday evening, one of [...]

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