Eric Kupper

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Eric Kupper
Occupation(s) Producer, DJ
Instruments Keyboards

Eric Kupper is an American record producer. His work in the mid-to-late 1980s/early 1990s, especially his work with Def Mix Productions, is considered to be part of the foundation for house music as it exists today. He released an album under his own name, From the Deep, in 1995.[1]

As a remixer he has worked with Ayumi Hamasaki and Garbage.[2] Kupper has also worked as a producer and/or mixer for many projects outside of the realm of dance music. Artists include John Wesley Harding and Julee Cruise. He has made 3 artist albums under the name "Eric Kupper presents K-Scope." The most recent was called Electrikiss released in January 2009 after a ten-year hiatus. Kupper also started the Hysteria Records label.[3] As a DJ, Kupper has played and continues to perform all around the world. He was one of the first 5 Hed Kandi DJs before leaving them in 2006.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bidder, Sean (1999) "Eric Kupper", in The Rough Guide to House Music, Rough Guides, ISBN 978-1-85828-432-3, p. 1994-45
  2. ^ Paoletta, Michael (2006) "Inside Track: Manson Snags Kupper", Billboard, April 22, 2006, p. 90
  3. ^ Flick, Larry (1996) "Dance Trax", Billboard, October 5, 1996, p. 30