They say nothing in life is certain but death and taxes, but Taxman’s
success seemed just as certain from the outset. If you’ve been anywhere
near a drum & bass dancefloor in the past couple of years then you
know this man’s productions, and you’ll have been throwing your arms up
and calling for DJs to reload his tracks on more than one occasion!
Taxman, or Dominic Tindill is none other than the brother of Adam Tindill - better known to the world as Original Sin, the production force behind the infamous G Dub duo. Growing up on a musical diet of drum & bass and jungle, Dominic and his brother would wait until their parents were out, light up a spliff and take turns mixing up their combined record collections. From an early age Taxman was hooked into a lifestyle which seemed fascinating to him; the very idea of recording studios and the people who worked in them lighting up his imagination. Abandoning his social life, Dominic jumped headfirst into the murky world of production, spending hours and hours locked in front of his PC screen trying to get to grips with the fast pace of modern music making. Realising that he wanted to make a career of music took some time, but Taxman was determined to throw everything he had into the pot; a gamble which has paid huge dividends in recent years.