Wylie Cable is an artist, musician, producer, and the founder of Los Angeles based Dome of Doom Records, an independent artist-owned label that focuses on releasing new experimental music from promising first wave artists and beat scene veterans alike. Wylie has released five full-length albums of his own music on the label, while also acting as the sole curatorial ear behind all the Dome of Doom releases. His intense live sets balance a high energy mix of heavy left-field bass and west coast hip hop, with an emphasis on head-nodding low end and the ethereal.
A Los Angeles native, Wylie grew up surrounded by creativity and a community of fellow artists. Learning to read music and play his first instruments in elementary school, Cable continued to pursue music passionately throughout his life, touring in bands and playing classical and jazz standup bass at CalArts, where he studied under LA Phil co-principal bassist Peter Rofe. The young artist also studied electric bass with Lonnie Marshall, a founding member of Weapon of Choice, and Kaveh Rastegar of Kneebody. Wylie continued to expand his musical explorations into the electronic arts, influenced heavily by his experiences attending Low End Theory as a teen, the burgeoning producer began self-releasing his first beat tapes in 2010.
Today, Cable channels his passion for music into helping emerging artists release their first records, performing locally and internationally on tours festivals and radio shows with other Dome of Doom artists, and running one of the beat scene’s most promising record labels. Now in its seventh year, Dome of Doom Records has one foot in the physical past with an ear for contemporary and futuristic sounds. Each release features an array of innovative, genre-bending compositions. With releases from beat scene pioneers like Daedelus, DJ Nobody, and Kenny Segal, as well as promising newcomers like Huxley Anne, Gangus, Linafornia, and Holly, the label could be the bridge the LA beat scene needs to continue.