Review: New Irish label DSNT unleashes their debut opus with Mark Rogan's Anxiety/Paranoia EP. Joining the release is a bevy of high profile remixers in Forward Strategy Group, Paul Mac, Bas Mooy (fresh off his Mote-Evolver release) and Jerome Hill. Rogan's intentions to obliterate everything in sight are signalled within the first bar of both "Anxiety" and "Paranoia". Together they scream vexation, as side-chained synth lines suck and pump under the weight of heaving kick drums, closed hi-hats, scuttling percussion and demented metallics. Forward Strategy Group drown "Anxiety" in a cathedral of reverb, while Paul Mac delivers the near impossible in somehow managing to submit Mark Rogan's arrangement to further crunching and smudging, adding fuzzy edged noise, acidic kisses and powerhouse percussion. Bas Mooy and Jerome Hill re-carve "Paranoia" and Hill provides the most interesting remix on the EP, dropping hints of Baile funk, rave and drum and bass, while Bas Mooy opts for the traditionally British industrial remix.