DJ Copperpot was the alias of Chicago maker Dan Kuypers, given birth to in 1979 in close by Evanston, IL. Relating to Bob Mehr’s profile in the Apr 8, 2005, release from the Chicago Audience, Kuypers — a hip-hop devotee since middle college — majored in poetry and analyzed music theory while going to no less than four colleges in as much years; generally, nevertheless, he spent his educational career accumulating information, and upon time for the Chicago region in early 2000, he bought an Akai MPC2000XL sampler and started creating his very own beats. Implementing the name DJ Copperpot honoring the cult traditional film The Goonies, Kuypers shortly joined years as a child friend DJ Sapien as an associate from the Phonograph Researchers, and in 2001 produced his documented debut via efforts to Qwazaar’s Walk Through Wall space. Kuypers’ substantial eclectic vinyl fabric collection supplied the recycleables necessary to make distinctive examples and beats, even though participating in a poetry plan in Prague, he obtained a cache of uncommon Eastern Western european discs that further improved his reputation being a DJ of unusual breadth and depth; in early 2002, he released the first DJ Copperpot EP, Section Seven, Verse One, financing its 500-duplicate pressing with a debit card and launching the task on YMLM, the label he co-founded with DJ Sapien. When Evanston studio room EV Productions shaped its eponymously called label that summertime, Kuypers became a member of as a worker, eventually putting your signature on with the business by year’s end. In early 2005, EV released DJ Copperpot’s first full-length work, also titled Section Seven, an underground all-star affair offering MCs like Ed O.G. and Braintax.