Collecting 30 tracks spanning from 2011-2021, Dome Of Doom label founder Wylie Cable has put together Decade of Doom to reflect 10 years of a singular musical vision and the evolving sounds that come with it. Be it the dusty, chilled, sweet and laidback sounds of Nobody's jazzy instrumental "Sioux's Reign" or Kenny Segal's "Worlds To Run (VIP dub)", venture further into the label with the low slung drank of Alphafox & Gangster Boo's "Sauced Up" - to the far fetched beats of NastyNasty. With a touch of post-dubstep making it in through DJ Ride, to the heavy industrial beatmaking of Huxley Anne's "Nin", there's more positive flavours to be found in Daedelus's "Special Re: Quest" to some great percussive soundscapes in Ahee's exotic "HMU". A legendary multi-genre label that's impossible to pigeon-hole, Dome Of Doom celebrates 10 years with a thunderdrome of sounds. Temple of boom!
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