The Southern Sounding offers album reviews, track spotlights, film features and other pop culture curiosities.
Fredrik Solfors of The School Book Depository recently sat down with The Southern Sounding and revealed the inspirations and thoughts behind each track on his new record, “Bob and the Pitchfork Mob.”
Jeff Tweedy brought humor, pain and the odd bout of food poisoning with him when he performed at the Walker Theatre in Chattanooga, TN this past weekend.
The Southern Sounding presents The Top 30 Records of 2018.
In our latest edition of On the Record, multi-instrumentalist Rachel Ana Dobken talks about a handful of records which have provided pivotal direction for her own musical trajectory.
In this month’s edition of This Analog Life, The Southern Sounding takes a look at some cassettes from Complainer, Forget the Times, They Will Burn Us to Ashes and Isness.
In our latest edition of On the Record, Portland synth-pop duo Small Million discuss a few of the albums which have shaped their own attitudes and ambitions as artists.
Athens, GA folk-pop noisemaker Lydia Brambila discusses her new album, imagination and using pain as inspiration.
In our latest edition of On the Record, dream pop purveyor Kramies discusses some of the records which have influenced his growth as an artist.
Manuel Jiménez Vélez of Teen Valley discusses the experiences and production choices behind his latest record, "You Can Kill the Past."
In our inaugural edition of On the Record, Eric Krewson of The Chairman Dances discusses a few of his most influential records.