Photographer | Musician
Born in the Tidewater of Virginia, a nice Jewish boy from a nice Jewish family, Micah E. Wood moved to Baltimore in 2009 and quickly entrenched himself in the art scene. Befriending and collaborating with musicians across genre, be it the wild and weird hip hop wordsmiths, seductive dance producers, or the roots players. Micah’s sound is deeply influenced by Baltimore’s musical communities, creating a sonic cholent, long-stewed in Charm City.

He returns with a fun-filled EP soaked in pop hooks bolstered by musical contributions of Baltimore’s finest. A long-time collaborator in the highly potent Baltimore arts scene, his sound has taken new form on this record, leaning into his talent as a songwriter able to craft the catchiest of melodies out of even the most mundane subjects. The EP is a delightful rock record perfect for a bouncy walk around the park. You will hear some Lou Reed, some Regina Spektor, some Kevin Morby and a whole world of Baltimore on this one. So put on your walking shoes, pop in the ear buds, embrace the end of a sweltering summer with a 6-song EP that will keep you bouncing as the steps add up.

︎ Apple Music

︎ Spotify

︎ Tidal

︎ Bandcamp

︎ Soundcloud

︎ YouTube

︎ Merch

Solo Releases:

‘Ring Ring’ by Micah E. Wood

Written, Performed by Micah E. Wood © 2022
(Unless otherwise stated)
Mixed & Mastered by Nick Messitte of The Old Quarry
Drums by Ian Vierra

1. Adderall
Bass: Ari Pluznik
Choir: Jenna Balderson, Britt Olsen-Ecker,Melissa Wimbish, and NAE
Vocal Sample: Isaiah Winters
Guitar: Tom McLean
Saxophone: David Diongue

2. 2:30PM
Bass: Morgan Spaner
Saxophone: David Diongue
Vocal Sample: Isaiah Winters
Piano: Jon Birkholz

3. Never Knew Your Life
Bass: Ari Pluznik
Choir: Tom McLean
Saxophone: David Diongue

4. See You Later
Bass: Devlin Rice
Chorus Backing Vocals: Claire Abila
Backing Vocals & Piano: Jenna Balderson
Guitar: Greg Wellham

5. Summer Bittersweet Sweat
Drum Machine, Guitar, Bass, Backing Vocals: Greg Wellham
Piano, Organ: Micah E. Wood
Vocal Sample: Ladan Zarabi
Co-Production: Greg Wellham

6. Ring Ring
Guitar, Bass, Piano, Backing Vocals: Tom McLean
Violin: Yu-Ting Wu
Production: Tom McLean


Cover Art: Lolo Gem

Released August 26, 2022


“Communicate With Me” by Micah E. Wood, Not Charles, & Eyas

“Mamma Mia” (ABBA Cover) by Micah E. Wood

‘YOU ARE HERE’ by Micah E. Wood 

Written, Performed by Micah E. Wood © 2020
Guitar By Modern Nomad, Daniel Ryan
Drums (Track 3) by Ian Vierra
Additional Vocals by Modern Nomad, Emily Salinas, Eyas
Additional Production (Track 6 & 7) By Jon Birkholz
Additional Production (Track 5) By Not Charles
Bass by Ari Pluznik
Violins by Yu-Ting Wu
Cello by Zack Branch
Mixing, Mastering by Nick Messitte

Cover Art: Nicolet Schenck

Released November 20, 2020

Micah E. Wood by Micah E. Wood

Written, Performed, Produced by Micah E. Wood © 2019
Co-Produced, Engineered, Mixing by Mateyo at Moosehouse Studios
Additional Production: Corynne Ostermann
Additional Engineering: Andrew Russell
Mastered: Sarah Register
Cover Art: Micah E. Wood, Christopher J. Chester, and Corynne Ostermann

Released May 17, 2019

See Me by Micah E. Wood

Recorded between Micah's home studio and Mobtown Studios
Written and Produced by: Micah E. Wood
Guitar By: Owen Ross
Mixed, Engineered and Mastered by: Andrew Russell
Cover Art: Kevin Granger, Lauren Castellana, & Micah E. Wood

Released September 22, 2017

Music Videos:

Features & Prodution:

“Love To Fight” - Outcalls

“No Windows” & “Basement Show” - Peach Face
"Hanukkah Disco" - Micah E. Wood, Ari Pluznik, & Jon Birkholz
"Electric Menorah" - Micah E. Wood & Ari Pluznik
‘Miles’ EP - Bobbi Rush
“Wanted More” - Micah E. Wood & Butch Dawson
“Stay With Me” - Dyyo

Press Kit

“A prolific collaborator and charismatic performer, Wood has become a staple of the local music scene.“
-Baltimore Magazine, 2022

“Here, he emerges with six new nostalgia-tinged songs that feel like the fruits of his labors, evolving from the lovelorn lyrics and digi-pop melodies of his early work into some of his most expansive songwriting and versatile vocals yet—including his first true rock song, which draws inspiration from the likes of Lou Reed and Ramones.”
-Baltimore Magazine, 2022

“This is not your square grandparents' typical Xanadu or ABBA-odyssey but an updated vision of the polyester era through a dream machine lens captured in high def.“
-Week In Pop 2021

“Baltimore’s resident troubadour Micah E. Wood returns with a new single and love song we’ve been waiting for all along.”
-Baltimore Magaine 2020

“In a world of bravado and swagger, Micah E. Wood’s unapologetically heart-on-his-sleeve music is a breath of fresh air.”
-Baltimore Magaine 2019

“Micah evokes the exhaustion of going through the motions of the day while contending with sleepless nights while someone special and significant stays at the forefront of the consciousness.”
-Impose Magazine 2019

“Through tender electronic melodies and charming talk- sing vocals, Wood and company make our stone cold hearts—thanks a lot, Tinder—finally feel human again.”
-Baltimore Magazine (The Best Music of 2017) 

“.. exactly what you’d want to accompany your long shower or distant car ride.”
-Saint Heron 2017



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