Worldwide Groove Corporation
Pop, Electronic, Dance
Worldwide Groove Corporation, Nashville's electronic music power duo, is made of Kurt Goebel and Ellen Tift.
In July 2014 WGC began the "Year of the Groove" with the
announcement that they will put out one new release a month for at least
a year. These releases will be singles and small EPs, and they will be
expanding their musical umbrella, ranging from purely fun electro pop to
deeper more emotionally complex downtempo leanings. Although the
emotional range is broad, the core of their tracks, the rich textures,
sultry grooves and catchy beats remain the staple of their sound.
While their downtempo chillout remake of "Summertime" by Gershwin sets an elegant and vibey tone with it's hypnotic groove and smooth ambience, their original "Come to Me" explores more complex territory with its emotional strings and brooding lyrics.
Between the work of Kurt and Ellen, their music has been used in films, on national TV ad campaigns, in major network TV shows, and discussed at international arts festivals.
Their instrumental track "Smoke & Mirrors" topped the chart on the Sirius XM chill station for two months, and several tracks have appeared on compilations around the world. Fifteen DJs in 10 different countries contributed their amazing talents to the WGC remix releases in 2009, giving them a tremendous global connection.
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