I wonder if Carlos Lopez Estrada ever imagined his career would include a 'Sheep Choreography' credit. I'm sure within his eclectic repertoire and his increasingly far-reaching collaborations with Watsky he must be aware now that anything is possible.
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The Weeknd and BRTHR go all video-nasty in this neon-drenched clip for Party Monster.
Jake Dypka paints a surreal family portrait with added performance for Banfi.
Maggie Rogers shot to internet fame after a video of a stunned Pharrell reacting to her song Alaska from an NYU masterclass surfaced last year. Part of Pharell's praise came from Rogers' embracing the traditional folk imagery and sound and combining that with dance music. It's an aesthetic that's translated here in Zia Anger's video for Dog Years.
"This film is based on a true story,” says Matt Devine - and I'd like to think he's not joking.
Watch in awe as a man attempts to escape a potential alien abduction (and rescue his beers) in a near-empty car park. A great concept executed brilliantly by exploiting the viewer's imagination by leaving things unseen.
Allie Avital looks to the end of the known world with Austra's Future Politics.
Sometimes you have to face your demons, and sometimes, you have to literally face a demon. The latter appears to be the case in Daniel Brown's video for Big Wild.
In a dimly-lit, waterlogged and neglected tennis court at some time in the not-too-distant future, we watch a young woman face off in a vital battle against a creature with glowing eyes that lurks in the shadows.
Nathan Boey directs a cute-as-hell 80s throwback video for Tegan and Sara.