Worldwide Groove Corporation




Relentless grooves, sultry beats, and smooth vocals set the perfect tone for sipping martinis or a little romance.

DESCRIPTION OF WGC: Worldwide Groove Corporation are Kurt Goebel and Ellen Tift, Nashville’s electronic music power duo, best known for their original instrumental “Smoke & Mirrors,” which ranked #1 on the XM Chill station for two months, and also for their downtempo electronic remakes of classic jazz standards on their “Chillodesiac Lounge vol. 1: FEVER” album.

Because of this debut record, WGC received FM radio airplay in various major markets from being in heavy rotation on the syndicated “Chillin’ with Chris Botti” show based out of New York City, and dozens of other FM, XM, and internet chillout radio stations.  They also were broadcast on the playlists in major retail chains such as Banana Republic.  In fall of 2013, their song “Freak the Beat” made national TV in an advertisement for Grey’s Anatomy. Additionally, they’ve placed their songs in various independent films.  Read more about WGC on their BIO page.

GENRE: electronic music, downtempo, chillout

SIMILAR BANDS: Gotan Project, Imogen Heap, Kimbra, Massive Attack, Thievery Corporation, Zero 7, Morcheeba, Supreme Beings of Leisure
Kurt Goebel – production, composing, keys, guitar, bass, mixing
Ellen Tift – production, arranging, songwriting, vocals, lyrics
HOME TOWN: Nashville, TN
ESTABLISHED: 2001 as a corporation, 2005 as independent artists

July 2014 – WGC Announce the “Year of the Groove”

August 2014 – WGC Commence “Year of the Groove”

September 2014 – Worldwide Groove Corporation Get Political About GMOs With Newest Dubstep Release

OCTOBER 2014 – Worldwide Groove Corporation Issue “Supermodel Astronaut Challenge” With Newest Music Release

NOVEMBER 2014 – Worldwide Groove Corporation “Yes!” on GMO Labeling

NOVEMBER 2014 – “Supermodel Astronaut Challenge” Gaining Momentum in Wake of Other Feminist Trends

DECEMBER 2014 – Worldwide Groove Corporation Do The Unexpected for “Year of the Groove”



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