The intriguing combination of voices and drums that is Scottish composer Anna Meredith's Taken gets a characteristically creative treatment from Ewan Jones Morris, who builds a mosaic of everyday things - lampshades, feet, cubes, jets, ketchup, etc - through multiple images and repetition to match the music's grand ambition. And it cost at least the price of a couple of dozen eggs...
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Fresh off the back of his Brit award, here's a great little video for Jack Garratt.
Ringan Ledwidge makes a very rare return to directing music videos with an absolute riveter for Massive Attack's Voodoo In My Blood featuring Young Fathers (from the new EP Ritual Spirit), with top British actress Rosamund Pike in an encounter in a deserted London underpass with a very menacing floating orb.
Following the exceptional demand for tickets to the BUG Special: David Bowie, hosted by Adam Buxton, at the BFI Southbank in late February, a further show has been now been added, taking place at the ODEON Leicester Square in London on Wednesday March 9th.
A must-see for Bowie fans, this special edition of...
The greatest of the great OK Go videos are generally known in shorthand as 'the treadmill one', or the 'Rube Goldberg Machine one', and so on. Now, the video for Upside Down & Inside Out will always be known as 'the zero gravity one'.
Flat Eric is back, driving down a California coastal highway, about to be overtaken in an identical car by... Flat Eric. Only this other dirty yellow fluffy puppet is actually a she. A Flat Erica, in fact.
Adam Buxton presents a new programme of the most creative new music videos, and much more besides, in BUG 50, at the BFI Southbank in London in early March.
This landmark 50th edition of the show that brings the best new music videos to the big screen, premieres on Friday, March 4th at 8.45pm, with...
Massive Attack return with their first new music for over five years, and a video for the excellent Tricky-featured Take It There by Hiro Murai which is pretty much everything you could hope for.
He was a rock legend – and much more besides. Adam Buxton presents a very special BUG show celebrating David Bowie’s incredible music video and film output, looking back on the key moments from his life and career on the big screen – from Space Oddity to Lazarus – and...
Dom Hawley and Nic Goffey have made some great videos for The Chemical Brothers. Now they've made another one.
Featuring Sonoya Mizuno, with choreography by Wayne McGregor, this stands up there with Setting Sun, Hey Boy Hey Girl and Believe. It's a beautiful thing.