Eric Kupper

A keyboard player for several post-punk bands before hitting the house remix-session circuit in the 1980s, Eric "K-Scope" Kupper made his dance debut providing keys for top remixers like David Morales, Arthur Baker, and Frankie Knuckles, who recorded Kupper's "The Whistle Song" for his 1990 album Beyond the Mix. Kupper later made the move to production himself, working on tracks with PM Dawn, Connie Harvey, and RuPaul, as well as remixes for Kate Bush, Army of Lovers, and 808 State. He debuted his own project, K-Scope, on two 1995 EPs for Tribal America, then released his debut album, From the Deep, later that year. Instant Music followed in 1998. ~ John Bush

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