Thursday, September 4, 2014 14:34 — 0 Comments
The Monarch Review mostly spent Bumbershoot 2014 laying low near the press area with Bobbi Rich and her excellent team of maritime party animals. The set for her music variety show Hangin Tuff became our home base. It was a perfect. We got to watch band after band come through and party down, drink the dangerous Hangin Tuff Punch, sing karaoke, and get silly. La Luz, Rose Windows, Dude York, Sandrider, and many more (16 bands actually!) made guest appearances. We did occasionally make it out to catch some bands and take some photos. True to The Monarch’s loyalty to […]
Thursday, September 4, 2014 12:11 — 0 Comments
Hello and welcome back to Three Songs to the Head where we share three songs that moved us, three songs we love, three songs we can’t get out of our heads! Today, we’re featuring The Gods Themselves, Wes Speight and Robb Benson. Enjoy!
Wednesday, August 27, 2014 12:17 — 1 Comment
Recently, in July, The Monarch Review, in conjunction with the wonderful Watt sisters of Seattle Living Room Shows and Seattle Secret Shows, put together an event on the stoop of The Monarch Apartments. It was a beautiful sunny Saturday, people lined the grass around the building, people were in the streets, it was, simply, fun. We are in the midst of putting together a big video celebration of the event, fettering Kris Orlowski and Ravenna Woods, but for now we wanted to show a more intimate moment from the afternoon with Evan Flory-Barnes and Caleb Thompson.
Wednesday, August 27, 2014 12:09 — 0 Comments
They stood on the Pincio Terrace, that place above the Piazza del Popolo with the commanding view of Rome. Beneath them a thousand red-tied rooftops stretched out across the ancient city, from the distant columns of the Coliseum to the glistening dome of St. Peters’ Basilica. To the west was the long, winding curve of the Tiber River where it came around past the Castel Sant’Angelo.
Monday, August 25, 2014 11:13 — 1 Comment
The following stories were gathered from twenty-three women living in Seattle, WA over the course of a single week. In order to protect the women behind these stories from further harm, all identities have been withheld.
The answer isn't poetry, but rather language
- Richard Kenney
The Monarch Review 2014 Fundraiser!!!
August 18th, 2014