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The second video for pop supergroup LSD brings the psychedelic animation of the first into the real world, and it really takes flight in the hands of Ernest Desumbila.
Allie Avital brings us a mesmerising glimpse into the dramatic, chaotic and romantic world of Serpentwithfeet for the song Cherubim - described as an unsettling musical collision of Brandy and Tom Waits.
Phoenix's new video is an irreverent reworking of cultural history by Chris Hopkins at Melbourne-based design and directing team Lost Art, where the band become an integral part of a rare '80s documentary about legendary and controversial fashion photographer Helmut Newton.
Cyprien Clément-Delmas has undertaken a proper collaboration with the French electronic artist Thylacine to create an aesthetic interpretation of ultimate violence in War Dance. On one side, two of the ultimate weapons of war, the tank, are involved in a unique pas de deux. Meanwhile in a military hospital the victims of war enact their own dance.
New York-based director Allie Avital and acclaimed LA-based singer-songwriter Moses Sumney will discuss their collaboration on four exceptional music videos for songs on Sumney's debut album, at a special Retrospective screening at the Rich Mix cinema in London next Wednesday, May 30th.
Bastille reunite with Austin Peters for the lead-off track from their next album, and a beautifully made video featuring frontman Dan Smith on a breakneck surreal adventure through Paris and his imagination. And it begins with him shaving off his trademark big hair.
Hugh Rochfort has created a cinematic document of singer-songwriter James Smith performing his catchy soulful number Little Love.
Shot in different formats, the video reflects the fierce dedication shown by Smith to his songwriting craft.
Old school hip-hop video vibes with a modern twist for Royce Da 5'9, guest starring Eminem, directed by James Larese.
With VFX and design by TIMBER amplifying the lyrical flow (it has a similar feel to the work of RUFFMERCY), the black and white performance set-up works well. Comes as a nice surprise when you realise that is the motionless Eminem is not actually a cutout.
Joseph Delaney explores the world of Techno Goth - an subversive London club scene celebrating self-expression in fetishwear to a soundtrack of industrial noise - in this illuminating short doc.
Two Mormon missionaries, Elder Smith and Elder Call (Peter McGann and John Doran), go about their usual routine, canvassing across the streets of Dublin, in the video for The Minutes.
But it's clear straight away that Elder Smith has grown tired of the lack of privacy and constant company from the ever-cheery Elder Call. And today is the day he might finally crack.
Isolde Penwarden 's video for Emma-Jean Thackray captures a moment with actress, singer and dancer Mela Murder that gradually highlights the double life of the artist and single mother.
Salomon Ligthelm creates a hypotic dreamscape for Bearcubs, with a flight into fantasy inspired by a clip of Disney's Peter Pan, witnessed on TV by the dozing protagonist.