Dominic Glynn is a familiar name to "Doctor Who" fans, being one of the few people to have arranged the theme tune to the classic TV series. His career began with his 1986 reworking of the famous theme that accompanied Colin Baker's Doctor, and he composed incidental music for the series through the late 1980s. The 1990s saw his love of underground dance music result in record releases with Creation Records - famous for leading the Brit Indie scene with bands like Oasis and Primal Scream, and also Rising High Records - a label that was firmly at the forefront of UK techno. He went on to form his own No Bones Records, and throughout the last ten years has DJ'd regularly for The Big Chill. In the early 2000s Dominic scored music for the video games Forsaken and Re-volt. Live work has included a performance at London's Royal Festival Hall with pedal-steel legend BJ Cole, and the electronica/jazz hybrid project "Cybajaz". His collaborations with video artist collective D-Fuse have resulted in performances in the UK, Germany and Switzerland, together with regular screenings as part of the One Dot Zero video arts festival.
Today, as one of Britain's most prolific composers of production music, his work continues to feature in films and TV productions worldwide, as diverse as "The Simpsons", "American Idol", "Red Dwarf" and "Dead Like Me" and in movies such as "Kevin & Perry Go Large" and Eddie Murphy/Jeff Goldblum comedy "Holy Man". Recent work has included the score to the Brit-crime-thriller "Bad Day", which starred Claire Goose, Donna Air and Sarah Harding (of Girls Aloud fame). He scored a series of supernatural horror shorts produced by horror legend David McGillivray - all screened at London's Frightfest film festival. In 2012 his soundtrack music to the radio revival of the famous "Blake's 7" sci-fi series has been broadcast on BBC 4 Extra.