Three Monkeys Online

A Curious, Alternative Magazine


  • Ljubljana

    Ljubljana is one of Europe's coolest capital cities, famed for its castle, beautiful bridges, vibran
  • The Porticos of Bologna

    Bologna’s Porticos are one of the defining features of the city’s architecture. Most famously there is the single longest portico in the world, 666 covered archways leading from the Porta
  • Youth Lagoon brings down the curtain

    Youth Lagoon, the stage name of Idaho songwriter Trevor Powers, announced via twitter that he was bringing the curtain down on the Youth Lagoon project. Currently touring his third album, Savage Hills
  • Mogwai release new track Ether

    Mogwai have posted a new track, Ether, online. The song comes from their upcoming album Atomic, which is due out on April 1st. The album consists of reworked versions of the music recorded for the sou
  • Long-lost Red Hot Chilli Peppers track emerges

    For years Red Hot Chilli Peppers’ fans have been talking about important unreleased tracks from sessions that the band did between 1995-1997, as a follow up to the One Hot Minute album. The sess
  • Tributes flow to Fergus O’Farrell

    Sad news broke this morning (3rd Feb) about the death of Fergus O’Farrell – the hugely influential Irish singer/songwriter and artist. O’Farrell, who suffered from Muscular Dystrophy
  • Racism in Metal – Machinehead speak out

    Machinehead's Rob Flynn has opened a much needed and public discussion on racism in the metal community, calling out ex-Pantera front man Phil Anselmo for his chant of 'White Pride'
  • Where the ether, Where the grave

    Where the ether, Where the grave - a new poem by Scherezade Siobhan, as part of TMO's original fiction and poetry collection.
  • Editors talk about new album, In Dream

    Editors, the platinum selling band from Stafford, have been talking to the press about their new album In Dream. The band’s fifth album, released at the start of October, sees the band head fur
  • Samael

    Samael - a poem by Scherezade Siobhan, as part of TMO's original fiction and poetry collection. His: the tree that won’t shoulder the noose His: Celan cusped in