Watch: the winning triple j Unearthed NIDA music videos
Earlier this year, the winners of the triple j Unearthed and Sydney's National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) annual music video competition were named, and now you can set your eyes on the finished clips.
It's an impressively mixed bag of visual delights from the seven Unearthed artists.
There's a dance-filled one-take video from hip hop trio Loose Change; a ominous romantic tale from cinematic songwriter Rosie Catalano; a zombie-fied prom with garage popsters Julia Why?, and innovative slices from indie duo Halcyon Drive, dream-pop project Jasia, songsmith Zack Buchanan, and talented MC Coin Banks .
Each clip was directed with the help of one of NIDA's post-graduate students after the seven finalists were selected from hundreds of entries to have their tune turned into a music video.
Bringing together and showcasing emerging independent Aussie filmmakers and musicians, the competition has previously given exposure to aspiring directors through partnerships with Unearthed alumni like Allday, Bloods,Chance Waters, and Little Odessa.
This year's music videos were premiered as part of a special RAGE broadcast, but you can view all seven of the winning entries from the comfort of your computer screen right here.
Loose Change - 'Grown Up' feat. Jeswon
Coin Banks - Someone feat. Anders, The Ruby Horns and Produced by Mr. Troy
Halcyon Drive - 'White Wash'
Jasia - 'Inverbatim'
Julia Why? - 'Just One Night'
Rosie Catalano - 'Hearts' feat. Jack Carty
Zack Buchanan - 'Home'