A composer and drummer, Michael D'Agostino has worked within a variety of genres, from film music to new age to jazz to pop, with artists like Herbie Hancock, Stanley Jordan, Yoko Ono, Kiss, and Third World. He has completed scores for a number of NYU student films, as well as the X-Files television show and Stephen King's Maximum Overdrive. Additionally, his music was licensed by the 20th Century Fox Sci-Fi Library catalog, as well as a number of commercials. He also has taught at the Drummers Collective in New York City and the Sam Ash Music Institute in New Jersey. His debut album, Future Reflections, which featured him on a variety of organic and electronic instruments playing techno-tribal style music, was issued by his own label in 2001.