About Michael Woods
Michael Anthony Woods also known as Warrior, Accadia, M1, M3, Out of Office is a Dj and producer that was born in London and embraced his loved in music in his young age. He loves to play piano, drums, guitar as well as trumpet which he plays very well. His genre was Progressive & Electro House, Trance, Progressive trance and he also played mixers, keyboards and synthesizer. In the year 2000, he released his first debut single called “Warrior” and “Voodoo” by Incentive records. it reached number one in UK Club Chart and number 19 in Top 40. After one year he released “Into the Dawn” through his name Accadia by Lost Language followed by “Blind Visions” along with “Heaven set” and “Released” through Inferno records.
Michael had the opportunity to work with Imogen Bailey and “Solex” for the track “If U Want Me” in the year 2003. In addition, he also collaborated with Juliette Jaimes who sang “Kiss Kiss”. The single was charted as number 46 in UK Singles Chart. While in the song “So Special”, he worked with Judge Jules and Marcella Woods. Marcella is her sister which also a singer together with Matt Darey in the songs “Beautiful” and “Liberation”. She also featured in “So Special” (2005) together with Michael and Judge Jules.
Michael and her sister worked together in many songs which they shared their passion as a singer and loved in music. Along with Michael’s career, he also collaborated with Chris Lake in the song “Domino’s” in 2010, Funkagenda in “Alchemy” and Mark Knight in “Banger” in the year 2011. One year later, he worked with Sheldon along with Polina in the song “Goodbye”, Ester Dean for “We’ve Only Just Begun” and his later singles was “In Your arms” together with Lauren Dyson. He produced the song of the singer/rapper Example’s “Changed the Way You Kiss Me” that was released on 5 th of June 2011 that peaked as number 1 in Australian Club Chart (ARIA) and number 8 in Germany. His talent was also an extraordinary and it reflect it in his remixes featuring the song of famous artists including “Steven Cities” of Solar Stone, “Strobe” by Deadmau5 as well as “Dynasty” by Kaskade, the prominent “Born this Way” by lady Gaga and “Madagascar” by Art of Trance.