Joel Dickinson

Joel Dickinson is a Minneapolis, MN based remixer, electronic music producer, recording engineer and DJ.Credits include programming and engineering for Junior Vasquez, including being featured on his Demented compilation. He is a founding member of the remix team Audio Assembly who have produced for artists such as Inaya Day, Seal, and Taylor Dayne. He is also half of t he production teams of Hell & Keller, Joel Dickinson + Billy Waters, and Jerome Farley + Joel Dickinson. Joel’s past remix work includes solo projects as Thee Werq’n B!tches. His remix and subsequent video for Thee Werq’n B!tches ft. Faye Dunaway – “No Wire Hangers!” was given the title of “Gayest Thing on the Internet” by VH1’s Best Week Ever.Many of his remixes and productions have attained Billboard Club charting status, including Eddie X ft. Niki Harris – “This Time Baby” (#5) and C+C Music Factory ft. Scarlett Santana – Rain (#8). His remix(es) of Dolly Parton’s “9 to 5 (Dolly Parton song)” and Bette Davis’ “I’ve Written a Letter to Daddy” (from “What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?”) are regarded as camp club classics and are played somewhere in the world every night to a rapturous response. A number of his productions have also attained similar cult status, including the Minneapolis house classic, Phreakshow, and his club remix of Liza Minnelli’s Cabaret.