After tickling the fancies of hipsters for years, postmodern CGI properly hits the mainstream with Elliot Sellers and Erik Ferguson's enjoyably demented trip through Lil Jon, Offset and 2 Chainz's Alive.
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Mark Pellington demonstrates just why he is regarded as a music video directing legend, with his remarkable 11 minute 'music film' for Imagine Dragons' Next To Me.
Created by Bojack Horseman supervising director Mike Hollingsworth comes a story inspired an LA urban legend, the Happy Foot/ Sad Foot sign on Sunset Boulevard for YACHT.
Parquet Courts enjoy a high old time in old New Orleans in Brother Willis's highly enjoyable, super-caffeinated video for Wide Awake.
Sticking the band in matching purple suits in a coffee dive in the French Quarter never fails....
Taylor gets a break from being the centre of attention in the video for Delicate, a rather more personable work in the ongoing canon of videos by Joseph Kahn for the Reputation album.
Punk veterans Superchunk's 75-second thrash Cloud Of Hate now has a superb video from Japanese artist Taiyo Kimura. It's a barrage of bizarre and vaguely disturbing visual ideas mostly executed in stop frame animation, as frenzied as the song.
Look closely enough at this picture, and you'll see LA psych pop stalwarts So Many Wizards...
It's a graceful performance piece of their new track Millipede, directed by Steven Tralongo.
Luke Monaghan presents an old school New York hiphop video with a distinctive cinematic edge for Flatbush Zombies, and it makes compelling viewing.