Photographer | Musician

︎ Apple Music

︎ Spotify

︎ Tidal

︎ Bandcamp

︎ Soundcloud

︎ YouTube

︎ Merch

Solo Releases:

“Snow Cover” by Micah E. Wood 

Written, Performed by Micah E. Wood © 2020
Produced, Engineered by Jon Birkholz
Drums, Additional vocals by Modern Nomad
Additional Vocals by Eyas
Bass by Ari Pluznik
Violins by Yu-Ting Wu
Cello by Zack Branch
Mixing, Mastering by Nick Messitte

Cover Art: Leah Schmidt

Released Jul 10, 2020

“Day2Day feat. Bobbi Rush” by Micah E. Wood

Written, Performed, Produced by Micah E. Wood © 2020
Guitar, Additional Synths by Modern Nomad
Bass by Ari Pluznik
Engineered, Mixing by Mateyo at Moosehouse Studios
Cover Art: Jackson Lynch 

Released February 21, 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:

"Electric Menorah" - Micah E. Wood & Ari Pluznik
‘Miles’ EP - Bobbi Rush
“Wanted More” - Butch Dawson
“Stay With Me” - Dyyo

Press Kit


“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

“With the synths, drum machine beats, and the deep tone of Wood's voice, the song sounds a bit like early Magnetic Fields mixed with a bit of an R&B groove.”
-Baltimore City Paper, 2017



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