Nottingham MCs Young T & Bugsey put their best feet forward in this stylishly-shot video for Greenlight directed by Dir.Lx and Jeaniq, that swings between nightclub, studio and street.
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A young man explores his own identity, testing the boundaries of how far he can go, in Thomas Hinkamp's engaging video for British alt-pop singer songwriter Vivienne Chi.
Down at Bar Lolita, the house band - a trio of girl robots - need to be kept from hurting the customers by powerful lazers. But they are getting restless and the lazer's on the blink.
Stand by for some manga-style action beautfully rendered by Mason London (aka illustrator Joe Prytherch) for Brighton art project turned punk band Dream Wife.
Italian animator Emanuele Kabu has created this lovely handmade animation for South Korean jazz-pop outfit Winterplay.
Kabu creates a blazingly colourful world redefined in geometrical shapes, redolent of the mid-20th century Visual Music school and a vibrant counterpoint to the cool sounds of Juhan Lee's jazz trumpet.
Stockholm-based Oscar Lund-Hansen goes to the wide open spaces to create strong symbolic imagery to represent what he describes as the self-imposed "digial captivity' of today's youth, in his video for HUMAN.
William Robertson and Scott Stirling's video for Aussie dreampop outfit TEES employs motion graphics to disrupt an intimate band performance.
The graphics break, overlay and ultimately redefine the original images, a technique inspired by the song, which asks: 'can we ever really know somebody, or are we only seeing fragments of what they want us to see?'
British animator Katy Wang's lovely animated video for French group Toto Bono Lokua is a riot of graphic ideas that feels like a children's book come to life.
Dan Medhurst's film for modern classical artist Grandbrothers is a loose adaptation of the ancient Greek myth of Sisyphus, who struggled to push a large rock up a mountain only for it to roll back down and for him to start again each day.