This semester, Keene State College’s Music Video Night changed up the rules.  In previous semesters, filmmakers volunteered to produce their own music videos to an artist’s song.

Luke stergiou / senior photogrpaher

Luke stergiou / senior photogrpaher

This time, however, these film makers, whether film majors or not, were required to use local artists’ music.

The Music Video Night Revamped was hosted by Rachel Blumberg, Keelan Brown  and Joseph Erwin on Thursday, March 9 in the Putnam Theater.

There were eight videos submitted and shown this semester.

The first video was a rerun from last semester’s Music Video Night called “Boss Town,” by Sunnie Nukes.

The second video was a rap song called “Push,” sung by Evooms.

Garrett McNamee was the singer for one of the night’s videos. The song was titled “Rolling and Vaping.” He also helped produce the music for a second video, “Holding Out for a Hero.”

KSC graduate Jasz shared one of his newest songs, which was produced by two KSC students. Jasz also showed one of his songs at last semester’s music video night.

Blumberg helped create two of the videos: “How Many?” by The Beautiful Girls Club, and “Orcas,” by Gray Haven.

The concept for a music video night was started by Film Lecturer Lance Levesque when he first arrived at KSC.

Last semester, he decided to hand the responsibility of hosting and producing the event to his teaching assistant and students.

Alexandria Saurman can be contacted at asaurman@kscequinox.com