To celebrate its 15th birthday, influential British independent label Warp has compiled its first DVD collection spotlighting the label's rich, wickedly twisted and often groundbreaking video history.

To celebrate its 15th birthday, influential British independent label Warp has compiled its first DVD collection spotlighting the label's rich, wickedly twisted and often groundbreaking video history. The electronic label's main acts are all present, from LFO, Nightmares on Wax, Broadcast and Autechre to Squarepusher, Prefuse 73, Luke Vibert and Aphex Twin. That said, the majority of these videos have never been commercially released. Standing head and shoulders above all else here are three Aphex Twin entries: "Donkey Rhubarb" (lensed by David Slade) and director Chris Cunningham's director's cuts of "Come to Daddy" and "Windowlicker." Enthusiasts take note: The initial pressing of "WarpVision" arrives with a bonus CD that finds London-based DJs Buddy Peace and Zilla having fun with the Warp catalog.—MP