Review: Dragland at Bottom of the Hill

Dragland (photo: Patric Carver) Last Wednesday, I walked into Bottom of the Hill to catch the very tail end of Dan Too’s set. Their sound filled the room with a charming joy that was a little bit country, a little bit rock and roll. I made a mental note to check them out again, as they seemed to push beyond the quirky trap that a lot of alt-country folks fall into. They hedged on more substantial territory – impressively so, seeing how as they’d been together for less than eight months. Listening in the crowd was Adam Dragland. Adam is a [...]

By |November 22, 2017|Tags: |

Adam Dragland gets back to himself at Bottom of the Hill this week

Adam Dragland is a country boy at heart. Hailing from British Columbia, he grew up surrounded by mountains and wilderness, and he still finds comfort in venturing out into the wide-open spaces. People familiar with Dragland’s other music projects might know him from his work with Bowie-worshipping cult: The First Church of the Silversexual, one of the misfits in Kat Robichaud’s Misfit Cabaret, or as one of the founding members of Gold Minor. Departing from these glammy, showy productions, Dragland is getting back to his folksy, rock and roll roots with his latest band, releasing a new self-titled album: Dragland. [...]

By |November 14, 2017|Tags: |
Go to Top