Get a fresh load of Detroit's proper school! He is the Man behind the scenes of many Detroit releases, heavy hitter on the underground rave scene, Detroit native, Mr. Phil Agosta! City's favorite 5 am deejay is now taking it prime time! For the main stage - this is Phil Agosta's first artist EP, and it's scheduled to be released on kgbeats in June 2010! "Tribute to Detroit" is just that, my rendition to pay homage and give tribute to those before me that created, paved the way and allow me to do what I do today. Phil's contribution to today's dance scene is more then 20 years of underground techno parties as a deejay, it's days spent in studio with the fathers, it's hard work and dedication to the scene! This is why this EP is getting a lot of talk in Detroit; people hear a lot of familiar optimism, continuation of Detroit's techno tradition, as they recognize his production being deeply routed in the original style of Detroit techno! Welcome! It's Tribute to Detroit, people! 2. Tribute to Detroit Title track is written to invoke the kind of sound of the late 80's to early 90's. Traditional in structure, it touches on a multitude of styles and influences, ranging from Kevin Saunderson, Juan Atkins, Jeff Mills to Mike Agent X Clark. Check it out, play it loud - it even has the siren during the build up that creates an old school feel! Massive track for the mainstage. Already favorite by many! This track debutes on the main stage during DMF 2010. 1. White Nights A track written for today. This track has a certain bounce and groove while maintaining it simplicity. Inspired by watching the sky late one night with the stars lighting up the world creating the effect of a White Night. It sure to be a dance floor staple song. 3. March of Ramez Massie stomper, our favorite, - March of Ramez was written with the vision of watching the massive crowd at a huge summer festival. "As i would watch the crowd work their way into a frenzy as the frenzies built up." - Phil Says-- "The crowd would dance and look almost like they were marching." "The pounding kick and baseline with synchronicity /unsyncronicity effects create an audio illusion of marching knights. I had named this track after a friend of mine, Ramez, his name seemed fitting as I relate this sound most to a soundtrack for the great conquers in holy time.."