Daniel Brereton's video for Drones Club is a carefully choreographed surveillance sermon set atop the toxic wastes of Beckton Alps.
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Lyle Lindgren's short film for Goldie is a wonderful piece of social realism starring Stephen Graham.
Preparation for Dawn Shadforth's video for Fat White Family side project The Moonlandingz, featuring Rebecca Taylor from Slow Club, apparently involved lead singer Johnny Rocket (aka FWF's Lias Saoudi) staying up for five days before the shoot. Then he attached fried eggs to his nipples with clingfilm.
Joe Connor's long-awaited, hauntingly beautiful ice-dancer video for Coldplay's Everglow is finally here.
New directing duo XIPHI - that's Melody Maker and Lauren Van Veen – have created an atmospheric showcase for Wzrd Yoshi's De Nada, set in a flat in a London tower block of a dystopian near-future that's been turned into a drugs factory.
Dan Emmerson collaborates with Actress in the high-fashion dystopian video for X22RME.
The clip follows a figure in a welder's mask as he wanders through a brutalist world of minimalism, sculpture, football pitches and models on pedestals. The finished piece is a haunting exercise in style and communication.
Anders Malmberg takes a daring approach to shooting a group of talented gymnasts - painting their faces, shooting them in near-darkness in a municipal-like gym – and extracts exquisite imagery as a result, in his new video for Belgian band Warhola.
Alex Taylor's video for King No One is a stylised protest video with a Soviet twist.
Contrasting heavily between two opposing sides – the oppressors and the protestors – Taylor uses colour, black & white and contrasting lighting to evoke the duality of past regimes. A great aesthetic awareness shines through in the video, with considered, composed performances from the band.
Anton Tammi astounds with this incredible, trippy journey through a side of New York rarely seen for JIL.