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Mercury and the Architects "Machine" (Rob Ulitski, dir.)

This video was shot remotely in Portsmouth UK by director Rob Ulitski, who found the track on Free Music Archive. After a short email exchange with TJ Mercury, the band's NYC-based lead vocalist, the video was shot in November, with a small performance shot by TJ and a friend in New York.The video contains three distinctive, surreal setups, all working together to push the message of the song.  

Juan100 "Low Key" (Juan Boyd, dir.)

Juan100 is an Independent Artist from Toledo, Ohio. In 2017, Juan100 took control of all the rights to his music and began producing hip-hop/rap based in Orlando, Florida.

If you like commercial music with trap flavor you'll love this music mainly focusing on the 808s and easy going chord progressions.

Juan100 started writing raps at an early age and was inspired by artists like Ice Cube and Snoop Dogg in the late 1990’s and early 2000’s.

By Juan Boyd on November 15, 2017 @ 7:28am PST

sarasara "Euphoria" (Leopold, dir.)

The video's concept is built around Greek mythology, more specifically the two creatures 'Medusa' and 'Hydra'. Both contribute to the design of a new mythical entity that is also inspired by avant-garde fashion silhouettes, the video draws its inspiration from Man Ray's and Richard Avedon's work and 30's morbid cartoons. The prolonged narrative of the video will simultaneously unravel with the new creature along with a gradual reveal of her habitat.

Crooked Colours "All Eyes" (P. Rohl, dir.)

‘All Eyes’ has been a long-time crowd favourite from the Crooked Colours debut album Vera, and today Sweat It Out releases the official music video for the fourth album single. Although the album was a long time in the making, the trio could not have made a more triumphant debut – with a mountain of local and international media singing their praises, from triple j, Radio 1 and KCRW, to Rolling Stone, Semplesize, and The Australian.