Warp Records has been an output for forward thinking music and video for over 20 years and now BFI and Bug are hosting a special night to celebrate the label's visual work.
The event, hosted by Bug regular Adam Buxton, will take place on April 12 at the BFI Southbank Centre and will look over Warp's illustrious back catalogue of music videos.
From Aphex Twin's disturbing 'Come To Daddy' video by Chris Cunningham to Flying Lotus' 'Until The Quiet Comes' by Kahlil Joseph (pictured above), you can expect to see the very best in short film-making in an intimate environment.
As if that wasn't enough there will be an free afterparty with special guests and Warp DJs at Benugo Lounge.
Head to the BFI website to bag yourself some tickets, or for those who can't make it to London, Warp Records have compiled some of their most memorable music videos, available to watch on YouTube here.