The road to the creation of 2 Walls Webzine has been a
twisting, turning, musically-fueled, coffee binge-drinking,
creative-writing trek, that started off as a few simple
emails between various friends and associates.
interests and a passion for expressive writing sparked
the launch of Armchair Reviews, a music review website
for amateur music critics. Two years and 400 reviews later
Armchair Reviews becomes a hostile takeover victim
of the newly formed 2 Walls Webzine. Jobs were lost, salaries
were cut, 401k programs were restructured. We even got
rid of the Foosball table and espresso machine.
Nevertheless, 2 Walls Webzine has taken the original goals
and emotion of Armchairs and applied them towards a broader
venue for social commentary.
Within this community webzine, resides monthly staff written
material on such topics as music, film, art, business,
politics, sports, literature and current events; in such
forms as reviews, articles, fiction, rants, and general
Some of our staff writers know each other personally;
others only know some by association and through mutual
website writing. And although possessing varying tastes
and interests, the common tread amongst these writers
is the mutual respect for each other's opinions, expressed
in individual writing styles and topics.
The goal of 2 Walls Webzine is to provide informative,
entertaining and/or enlightening commentary for the socially
misguided. Using creative and journalistic professionalism,
we strive to delve into topics that may not be mainstream
or even relevant, but enlightening just the same.
Commentary on obscure topics, rantings on irrelevant issues,
or music reviews of commercially unknown artists, are
just the beginning of what we are determined to publish.
Our staff writers, unsupervised and unmedicated, are free
to express their inner demons, in any form they deem necessary.
We hope you find a nugget or two of enlightenment from
this site. At the very least, we guarantee you won't be
bored. Should you have any suggestions, or would like
to write a letter-to-the-editor to express yourself in
a more public manner, please do so from our contact
Thanks for visiting and enjoy!
Editor, 2 Walls Webzine