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Nryn has crafted a hypnotic visual of organic fluid reactions, with a gorgeous spectrum of colour, for Saje's Lost Tonight - and it's about as minimal a lyric video as you're likely to see.
This is another Courteeners video by their regular collaborator Joe Connor, but in something of a departure from their other work together, this one for Next Time You Call doesn't feature the band. Instead it's a portrait of Samantha Allen - ballerina turned wrestler.
A young couple's bust-up in their Berlin loft apartment eventually has tragic consequences - but then he has a chance to put things right, as the sequence of events in the apartment and on the street are replayed again and again, changing slightly each time, in A Nice Idea Every Day's video for Lonely The Brave's Trick Of The Light.
Geej Ower has directed two interconnected videos for the East London modern soulsters Honne, and the first for the duo's debut single Warm On A Cold Night, released late last year, visualises a blossoming affair between two girls through interpretative dance, inventively choreographed by Fionn Cox-Davies.
One Night Only singer George Craig connected with OB Management and director Oscar Hudson for the promo to his band's single Plasticine.
Produced on a small budget, Oscar shoots the band in a living room as friends and roadies start to dismantle and destroy the house, creating havoc as the Helmsley fourpiece gamely soldier on.
The University of Portsmouth is looking to appoint a Research Administrative Assistant on a fixed-term full-time contract of 24 months to work on an AHRC-funded research project titled 50 Years of British Music Video, 1964-2014: Assessing Innovation, Industry, Influence and Impact.
In quite a change of direction for a video for folk outfit The Staves, Jack Whiteley has directed this very sharp comedy for Black & White, in which an '80s Australian evening news show goes into meltdown off-camera when the lady newsreader (played by Nell Mooney) discovers, as the programme starts, that her suave co-host is cheating on her with the weathergirl.
Essex indie fourpiece The Bohicas find themeselves dropped into a surreal operating theatre in Nathan David Smith's promo for their new single To Die For. Shot at One Red Eye Studio, it's dark, occasionally grisly, and comic - and made all the more effective by Marcus Autelli's clean - almost sterile - photography...
Chip hits the UK music scene again with School of Grime, and the video directed by Paul Casey follows Chip in various London based locations alongside grime legends, D Double E & Jammer.