This second interaction in the Sonicflux series focuses on John Cage -- at once the most influential, controversial, well-loved, and widely ridiculed composer of the late twentieth century. He became known for his expression of ideas that questioned existing notions of sound and music, silence and the role of the composer. Influenced by Zen Buddhism and the I Ching, Cage attempted to remove the ego of the composer and focus instead on such ideas as a faith in the rightness of the moment. Considered challenging perhaps even difficult to listen to, much of Cage's later work is randomly-determined or indeterminate, multi-interpretable, and unpredictable. Just as he wanted it.