Andrew Donoho packs a powerful punch with this cinematic disaster study for Vic Mensa.
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rubberband. takes influence from 90s performance videos in this cinematic, colourful journey across the Californian desert.
A couple of undercover cops ruin a rave in Tomás Whitmore's clip for Dillon Francis.
Chris Hopewell, who reached a new level of infamy with his Radiohead video last year takes Run The Jewels on a claymation ghost train in the clip for Don't Get Captured.
It's been a long time coming, but Kesha is finally back with a powerful, stylised statement piece from Jonas Akerlund.
Collier Landry & Guido Fabris collaborate with Macy Gray, Nik West – and larger-than-life performer Jenzi Russell – in this charming, celebratory video for Stop, Drop, Roll.
JAY Z and Mark Romanek channel the racist stereotyping of early cartoons by Disney, Fleischer and Warner Brothers for satirical purposes. And although it's brilliantly realised, it doesn't make comfortable viewing at times.
Alon Isocianu and Superfruit (that's Scott & Mitch, two of the founding members of Pentatonix) have created an enjoyably arch confection for Imaginary Parties.
With a series of riotously colourful outfits and art direction - all carefully coordinated – and a supporting cast of mannequin-like dancers, we're in a slightly tongue-in-cheek version of classic pop video territory.