The Sacred Egg's video for this Carnage track – a collab with Steve Aoki featuring Lockdown – is an awesome clash of the classical and the modern. It's a Renaissance tableau of little cherubs, who happen to be tattooed like LA gangsters, and engaged in mortal combat with each other.
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Jordan Rakei drags a body from freezing waters at the start of his video for Eye To Eye.
What happened? And who's the victim? Tom Ewbank's gripping video for the New Zealand-born, London-based soul-jazz multi-instrumentalist keeps us on tenderhooks weaving the aftermath with the traumatic event and killing, and finishing with a bombshell ending.
Cyrus Mirzashafa has completed the final instalment in the trilogy of videos for London folk-rock outfit Two Penny Blue - a biographical tale of the difficult upbringing of lead singer Tommy, who grew up in a household blighted by alcohol addiction.
New girl on the block Tayá makes a big impression with Sashinski's slinky, sensual and sexy video for Skin...
Patrick Lawler has created a song-and-dance spectacular in nighttime downtown LA for Claptone.
Lawler – a director, DoP, editor, motion graphics and VFX artist, at DECA Creative – engaged choreographer David Moore to create a brilliantly vibrant routine centred around a masked man representing the mysterious Claptone (who turns out he's quite the showman).
Georgia Hudson's beautifully-crafted video for Tom Misch combines a spectacular winter landscape with urban cool, knitted together by an element of subtle magic.
While a dancer performs on an ice-covered lake, rapper Loyle Carner delivers his performance in a house in London. But Tom Misch is elsewhere - performing the soulful jam Water Baby from under the ice.
Antony Barkworth-Knight draws upon Tibetan Buddhist teaching for his visual for the Mercury-nominated modern jazz outfit GoGo Penguin.
Michael Sherrington celebrates humanity in a simple and pure set-up for Belle & Sebastian.
From boy to man, the imposing Flowdan pounds the mean streets of Hackney carrying a boombox blasting out thunderous beats, in Vasilisa Forbes's powerful visual for The Bug's Bad.
Owlle gazes from her swish apartment onto a nighttime cityscape with flames in the distance - flames that swiftly encroach into her home.
Thibaut Grevet's video for the French singer has the aura of a bad dream, where fear is suspended, but just around the corner. And it's always an achingly gorgeous-looking bad dream.