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Ashnikko "Special" (Joseph Delaney, dir.)

Taking inspiration from Japanese auteur Ryu Murakami’s 1992 sex-district drama Tokyo Deca- dence (Topaz), a flipped gender narrative video sees a high-rise apartment set the scene of a series of private strip teases.

Ashnikko, head of a hyper-modern stylised girl gang, hosts a blue-ne- on-drenched afterparty where a line-up of submissive men dance for their pleasure.

Dizzee Rascal "Quality" (Joel Spencer, dir.)

New director Joel Spencer partners up with grime legend Dizzee Rascal, bringing us a tribute to the genres early years and a nod to old school radio culture.

Championing the eras fashion we are taken back in time through this stylised, nostalgia evoking promo, filled with all the raw elements we associate with this infamous period of UK music culture.

In Quality we get a vintage Dizzee performance, filled with high energy and humour as he and Spencer take the viewer on a trip down memory lane.

Naked "DROME" (Joseph Delaney, dir.) [NSFW]

Called DROME, the story leads you into a the hedonistic underbelly of a future world populated with the underrepresented underdogs of a former world, where oppressed and othered are allowed a space to grow their most freakish and fucked-up selves. It includes cameos from artists featured in the new issue of SORT including New York-based industrial artist (and Dior/Helmut Lang/HBA model) No Bra, London-based noise duo naked and Brooke Candy. Plus an original sound score by Naked.