Last year the direction/animation duo of Crack Stevens and Mason London (aka Akinola Davies and Joe Prytherch) created a wonderful video for the excellent London-based 'space-funk' outfit Franc Moody's track Super Star Struck, featuring a working black mother superhero, flying around Londo
You are here
Courtney Barnett introduces her new solo record (quite quickly after the release of her team-up with Kurt Vile on the excellent Lotta Sea Lice LP) with Nameless, Faceless and a kooky melange of cut-out fun from Berlin-based animator-director Lucy Dyson.
Sometimes it's hard being a 3D rubber-clad sex avatar.
This is the first single from Swedish avant-garde pop star Jenny Wilson's new album Exorcism, and the animated video by the Swedish animator Gustaf Holtenäs is a delicately illustrated and, on the face of it, aesthetically pleasing piece. But it also contains true horror.
Director/designer Nik Hill has created a mind-bending 3D animated music video for UK DJ/producer/artist MJ Cole, visualising a track that represents "the dreams and imaginations of a girl wrapped in romance.”
Nadia Lee Cohen teams up with Kali Uchis for a fantastic live action cartoon of the American suburban dream.
A young man, carrying a bagful of loose audiotape, becomes embroiled in a surreal cycle of repetition, with timecode flickering on and off screen and the image fragmenting, in RUFFMERCY's hypnotic video for Nightmares On Wax.