In Episode 2, "Music for Cows—Viral Superficiality," your hosts Richard Gilbert and Jeff Cairns at Usual Pets continue their exploration of art process in everyday life. Today we have a special guest with us, from across the big pond; John March, an audio and video engineer, producer, artist, composer, musician, who offers a fascinating hour, speaking on his career in contemporary music, the zeitgeist of its ins and outs, and the challenge of maintaining a spiritually creative vision—from the early 80s, to this present moment. As well, he has written The Dharmic Gap, a poem we have scored for our WTF, the Wondrous Transmogrified Filaments for this episode. Check it out! And please enjoy. Find us at and if you like what we do,  please join us on Patreon:, your support will keep us going. You can also visit us on Instagram, on Facebook, or at Podbean. Please let us know what you think of our independent production.

If you want to support John's work as a musician you can buy/download his CD's here:

For more information about John's Guitar work including a sampler page, client testimonials, etc.:

Sampler Page


For Information about John's work as a Filmmaker and Mixer:

John's YouTube channel to subscribe:

And some Live performance videos.

John's Films about various artists and musicians that he wrote, produced, scored and mixed, are available on YouTube.

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