Angel Olsen’s singular voice keeps us hooked along for the journey through her emotional tumult. Her 2012 debut LP, “Half Way Home” was mostly acoustic and folky, followed by the full-band, more retro-rockin’ “Burn Your Fire For No Witness” two years later and the sorrowful, at times impressionist, pop of “My Woman” after that. Her latest, “All Mirrors,” dives deeper into pop with an orchestral twist, incorporating synths and a twelve-piece string orchestra. As always, she makes it hurt so good. Rodrigo Amarante opens with a solo set.