Jon Emmony created a hideous, pulsating thing of beauty for The Horrors.
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Ollie Wolf has created a very entertaining video for London-based producer Fabich's debut single by applying a comic solution to an everyday problem, and then pushes it to wonderfully absurd lengths.
Mark Fiore's fly-on-the-wall tour video for Linkin Park takes on a whole new context in the wake of frontman Chester Bennington's death last week.
Raf Fellner & Tegen Williams go on an archive dive in this curious information overload clip for Mount Kimbie.
Alex Southam delivers a killer collage filled with a cosmic sense of existential dread for Barns Courtney.
Rohan Blair-Mangat paints a picture of Jamaican art and culture in this short documentary-style clip for Jay-Z.
Bam sees Damian Marley give Jay-Z a tour of the music culture of his homeland in this beautifully shot portrait film - including a visit to Tuff Gong, the legendary Kingston-based studio where his father Bob recorded his albums.
Joe Fox takes a gritty trip around the stranger side of London in his latest video courtesy of Oliver Jennings.
What's The Word sees bikers, dancers, performers and the curious characters of London take centre stage in a series of candid video portraits. The combination of these short vignettes creating a larger picture of London's many interesting faces.
Paloma Zapata brings Sioux City lead singer Caterina Torres into an almost unfeasibly colourful and sun-drenched streets of La Escocesa in Barcelona for a vibrant performance with her dancer pals, captured all in near-one take.
Anna Lotterud & Russell Crank – better known as Anna Of The North – self-direct this day and night mope around Miami.
Acting as a study in loneliness and isolation, the atypical video takes us on a journey through a party city that doesn't feel very lively or fun - but that's the very intention of the piece. Look good, feel bad, repeat.
That Go get everyone down the local in their candid new clip for Rag'n'Bone Man.
Gathering his friends and family in his favourite Brighton pub, Rag'n'Bone Man spends the day bonding, reminiscing and generally partying with those closest to him. Bringing That Go along to document the whole thing makes for an intimate and genuine feel-good performance.