Music Injection reviews Hamish Anderson's latest single "No Good," noting that "Hamish Anderson is taking the blues-rock scene by storm. With his previous album ‘Trouble’ already making waves on the radio ‘No Good’ is a brilliant follow up. I could listen to this song all day." Read the full article here.
Buzzbands LA's Kevin Bronson reviews Hamish Anderson's new single "No Good," stating that "Anderson’s 2016 full-length — with the singles “Trouble,” “No Good” and “U” — was produced by Grammy winner Jim Scott (Tom Petty, the Tedeschi Trucks Band, Ryan Bingham, Wilco, Grace Potter, et al) and is one of those albums that feels so organic it should be sold at Whole Foods." Read the full review here.
Relix premieres Hamish Anderson's new single "No Good," stating that "No Good" is "a pounding rocker that recalls Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers at their most defiant and boasts some lightning-strike guitar work from Anderson." Read the full article here.
Hamish returns to the US for his 2018 debut at the Belly Up in Solana Beach and Hotel Cafe in Los Angeles. He was also added to the BottleRock Napa Valley lineup this May along with The Killers, Bruno Mars, Halsey, and Muse. Check out the full release of details here.
AXS interviews Hamish to discuss his recent "U" video release, debut album "Trouble", and what is next. AXS describes "U", "[as] a sultry, sweet single that recalls a special memory." Check out the entire interview here.
NPR includes Hamish's third single "U" on Heavy Rotation: 10 Songs That Public Radio Can't Stop Playing. When discussing his debut album, Trouble, they state, "it's an album for the ages, just like any worthy blues or rock record." Read the entire article here.
Hamish's video for his third single, U, from his debut album Trouble premiered on Culture Collide today. They state "...The song itself highlights Hamish’s buttery blues vocal that melts with subdued guitar rhythms like havarti on pretty much anything". View the entire premiere here.
Thrilled to share that my latest single, U, made "Best of Week" playlist on Apple Music Australia & Japan.
"U" added to Songpicker "Best of 2017" Spotify Playlist -- it's one of the most influential "indie oriented" Spotify playtlists.
KCRW's Jason Bentley aired Hamish's newest single, U on Morning Becomes Eclectic. U was also included on KCRW's Songs to Hear This Week.Be sure to call in and request U on your local radio station! Listen to the song here.
Tahoe Onstage ranked Hamish in the top four greatest guitarists at High Sierra. They state "He was an instant favorite for electric blues purists with a cutting tone and licks that were reminiscent of the three Kings (B.B., Albert, Freddie) as well as early Eric Clapton." Check out the entire article here.
The Hill is Home states, "Blues, rock, strong bass lines, a modern alternative twist, and an enticing, smooth voice come to mind when I hear Hamish Anderson." Be sure to check out Hamish's show at Songbyrd in Washington D.C. on June 14. You can review the full article here.
Hamish will be joining Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, Gary Clark Jr., Tegan and Sarah, and many others this summer at the Ottawa Bluesfest. This is Hamish's second time playing the Ottawa Bluesfest and it takes place in Ottawa, Ontario July 6 - July 16. You can get your tickets here.
Popdose's Rob Ross refers to Trouble as "Enjoyable and mesmerizing." He also exclaims, "Just from the opening notes of the title track, which kicks off the album in a very Stones-y way, you’re immediately draw in. The soulful sound of Hammond B-3 puts the groove in the pocket and the guitar punches and on-the-one solos are top notch." Read the entire review here.
Hamish is a finalist for the International Songwriting Competition. His song "Hold On Me" is a finalist in the Blues category. Judges include Tom Waits, Chris Cornell, Joe Bonamassa, Ziggy Marley, Keane and many more. You can help him win the People's Voice by voting once a day here.
Upon the news of Chuck Berry's death, Hamish, among other artists, took the stage to play a tribute to the legend. Yahoo! Music states, "Melbourne blues-rock troubadour Hamish Anderson (one of Yahoo Music’s picks for top 10 new artists of 2016) also performed the standard...['Johnny B. Goode']— because, obviously, the sound of Chuck Berry is universal." You can read the full review here.