Following the song's clear instructions to move one's waistline to the bassline, Remi Paringaux's video for Diplo & Autoerotique's Waist Time follows a hula-hooping girl gang through the streets of London (matching boiler suits et al) 'til they find an appropriate place to demonstrate their skills.
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The guys from Dutch Uncles spend a day at Buxton Raceway - taking advantage of the racetrack's windswept, cinematic rural location - in this video for their title track from upcoming album Big Balloon.
Fresh from chart-topping with Sia on Cheap Thrills, reggae stalwart Sean Paul teams with the super-hot Dua Lipa on No Lie, and turns to Tim Nackashi to direct the video that features a creative use of mirrors in several West London high rises.
Sometimes its hard to tell what's real and what's reflected, but don't let that spoil your enjoyment of this soon-to-be-huge party banger.
Joan Guasch's adds art to nature in his latest video for Delorean.
Firstly he spent a week in Iceland shooting the country's forbidding, breathtaking landscapes. Then he returned to his studio in Barcelona to enhance them, with a range of abstract sculptural forms in 3D that emerge from and merge with those extreme environments.
Aidan Duffy's enigmatic video for Bellend, set in gorgeous VFX-enhanced Irish countryside, is the fifth and final single from i am niamh's debut album Wonderland - selected for The Irish Times' Songs of the Week in December 2016.
Vasily Ovchinnikov and the Armada Music team imagine the world inside a painting in this colourful dance clip for Wolfgang Gartner.
Wild Front and Jake Hargreaves deliver an ice-cold performance video for Tumble Party.
Mixing recording formats and featuring some throwback roller-disco aesthetic charm, the video is part performance, part symbolism. It has to be said, there's something about watching a woman rollerskate around a 120kg block of ice that makes you ponder the infinite.
Felix Brady's video for Aosoon's Under features a powerful dance performance, some of it audaciously captured at well-known London locations.
The two dancers visualise the energy shared by two people in love – sometimes at odds with each other, other times in perfect harmony, through highs and lows, but always connected.