Ilya Naishuller's insane video for Leningrad's Kolshik is a calamity in reverse. Beginning at the climax and working our way backward with reverse footage and clever reveals, we get to see exactly how a day at the circus turned into such a complete disaster.
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How do you get a horse and a sawn-off shotgun onto a London estate without being arrested? Ask Javier Alejandro, who's created a cool-looking mix of tough realism and flights of imagination for Solo45.
A cocktail bar turns old-time speakeasy club when London-based American singer Earl gets going with her brand of jazz-inflected pop, in Jon Olav Stokke's video for Tongue Tied.
Earl gets the party swinging, and meets a new friend, before a close call interrupts the flow of booze...
Stormzy does a victory lap of his London home, and with the help of DAPS he suberts some classic grime video tropes along the way.
A mashup of performances from various corners of London and in various garments, Stormzy dominates the screen in every shot. Instead of the video being a complete boys' club, Stormzy celebrates his all-girl crew in the video too - including Ray BLK.
Brian Fairbairn and Karl Eccleston's video for Brendan Maclean, is a tribute to Hal Fischer's 1970s study of gay semiotics, taxonomies and sexual behaviours, and features highly explicit scenes of unsimulated penetrative gay sex. And then it keeps on going.
Thomas Ralph puts Stevie Parker in some awkward, isolated situations in this candid video for 'Without You'.
Jamie-James Medina delivers two beautifully simple pieces of video for Sampha.
Using delicate choreography, a simple studio setting, and subtly mesmerising VFX, the clip shows Sampha sitting at his piano whilst the room around him swirls with the dust of his co-star's dwindling physical form.
Improvisational jazz, spoken word and 16mm film come together to create a poignant visual treatment exploring racial prejudice for Elslatto, Thorne and The Repeat Beat Poet's track Into The Woods, directed by Laurie Bridger.