Etherwood is undoubtedly one of the most promising young talents in the scene today, capturing the imagination of thousands across the globe with his achingly beautiful beats and heartfelt melodies.

His first solo release was on Hospital Records – “Give It Up”, which appeared on ‘Sick Music 3′ in November 2012, swiftly followed by the now iconic anthem “Spoken” which appeared on the ‘Hospitality Drum & Bass 2013 and of course “Unfolding” which opened Med School’s ‘New Blood 013′ album in March 2013.

Early November 2013 saw the release of his highly anticipated self-titled debut album, which garnered high praise from across the musical landscape. The album was heavily supported throughout the scene from a variety of artists including Netsky, Sub Focus and TC while also receiving plenty of airtime from a variety of Radio 1 and 1Xtra DJs.

After the overwhelming success of the album, Woody soon picked up the award for “Best Newcomer DJ” and “Best Newcomer Producer” at the 2013 D&B Arena awards, bagged a slot with BBC Radio 1Xtra’s “Xtra Talent” alongside Crissy Criss, and teamed up with Hospital’s Devonshire duo Fred V & Grafix to lay down the vocals on that year’s summer anthem “Forest Fires“. This collaboration proved its potential for crossover success by being added to the Radio 1 Playlist over a month before release. As he continues to prove his versatility and talent, Hospital Records invited him to put together their first artist led mix album in over four years, which dropped at the end of May, entitled “Hospital Mixtape: Etherwood“.

2015 was undoubtedly Etherwood’s most exciting year to date with the release of his second album “Blue Leaves” that deservedly reached the number one spot on the Electronic iTunes chart, including the BBC Radio 1Xtra B-List single “Light My Way Home” ft Eva Lazarus. Etherwood’s talent has not gone unnoticed with five nominations in this year’s Drum & Bass Arena Awards including ‘Best Producer’ and ‘Best Album’.

Seduced by a signature sound that is both instantly recognisable and deeply compelling, his dedicated fan-base continues to grow in all corners of the globe.



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