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True to the restless, revolutionary spirit implied by their colorful name, Wreckloose shakes loose, then joyfully shatters the imaginary boundaries between today’s youthful hip-hop generation and the old schoolers who prefer the soul of a gentler, more peaceful era.

More than living up to its promise to Shake It Apart—the title of their beat intensive, ultra-poetic debut album from Machine Records—the Los Angeles based trio of longtime friends brings its dynamic, uplifting spirit to a groundbreaking mix of 60’s and 70s R&B sounds and the rhymes and poetry of hip hop.
The highly anticipated release is the first offering from the label, which is part of The Machine Productions.
Aside from bridging the gap between the eras of Earth, Wind & Fire and Snoop Dogg, one of the group’s missions is to remind fans of urban music that when rap and hip-hop first came on the scene in the late 70s and early 80s, the music was about the community spreading love and unity, not negativity or violence.

One legend who remembers a little something about that time, famed funk pioneer George Clinton, brings his fiery charisma to the standout party track “Get On Up.” Helping “Feather Merchant” or (“FM”), “Mad Who” and “Anti” bring their vision to life are two producers who perfectly embody the two eras. The multiple Grammy winning Ralph Johnson, a founding member of Earth, Wind & Fire, executive produced the tracks “Fly” and “Real Music.” Battlecat, well known for his work with Snoop, produced a remix of “Calling Me,” with the original version produced by “FM”’s cousin Chuck McCreary.

FM himself produced nearly all the remaining tracks.
“When I first heard this group, it was kind of the same old Rap thing,” says Mike Reynolds, CEO of The Machine Productions. “I spoke with the guys and said, ‘think Four Tops keeper of the castle, or Marvin Gaye, or Earth, Wind and Fire and layer your raps on that. Ben "FM" delivered in a big way, with production that floored me. These guys get it, they understand the hunger out there for positive yet credible music.”
In anticipation of the release of Shake It Apart, three tracks are available to listen to on the label’s website,

These include “Ease Back” (the band’s wistful “chillout” response to people who pressure them to do things they don’t want to), “Get On Up” (which shows for sure that these guys are out to have a
good time and make everyone dance!) and “Real Music,” which, as FM says, “lets everyone know that we’re about substance, the real deal.”