Run The Jewels take on the law in this psychedelic, politically-minded video from Brian Beletic.
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Ewan Jones Morris and Casey Raymond make one of their more 'mainstream' videos - which still means that anything could happen - for High Contrast's Questions.
Joe Connor's long-awaited, hauntingly beautiful ice-dancer video for Coldplay's Everglow is finally here.
This is a film by Michael Gugger that transforms the performance of dancer Jon Ole Olstad in the digital domain, and in doing so explores the curiosity of the human spirit.
Ciaran Lyons' video for Glaswegian hiphop duo Jay Rolex & MC Almondmilk is a treat for anyone who has a soft spot for the ugly side of the so-called Beautiful Game.
Lyons sticks the pair in their own shockingly rudimentary football-with-ultraviolence videogame, with the occasional (unauthorised) interjections from TV football's most famous faces.
Super Silly's first music video is a fun throwback performance courtesy of Sean Clancy.
Vibrant colours, kaleidoscopic arrangements, and a lo-fi film look all coalesce to make a trippy, fun performance video, and the Jackie Brown-style titles at the end are a nice touch too.
Chic & Artistic's video for Dan Black sees the singer have a paranormal night with a mysterious floating orb for the track Headphones.
Following their recent Creator's Project feature, digital artists Pussykrew take us on a sensually visual journey through levels of live action and CGI.
Serpentine provides us with an intimate sci-fi story, where Oyinda transcends into an alternative virtual reality.