Ichon takes a dreamy ride in the Swiss Alps in Pierre Saba-Aris' video for Si L'on Ride.
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Ciaran Lyons' video for Glaswegian hiphop duo Jay Rolex & MC Almondmilk is a treat for anyone who has a soft spot for the ugly side of the so-called Beautiful Game.
Lyons sticks the pair in their own shockingly rudimentary football-with-ultraviolence videogame, with the occasional (unauthorised) interjections from TV football's most famous faces.
Off the back of Little Simz' ambitious Stillness in Wonderland short film from last year, comes this deeper dive into Wonderland in the form of an animation from Jeremy Cole.
A2 and Matilda Finn are constantly in motion here in this dizzying video for X2 (Dble).
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.
Die Antwoord's latest is another in a long line of no-holds-barred NSFW artistic assaults on the senses – this time directed by singer Yolandi Visser.
Vic Mensa takes on police brutality in the devastating 16 Shots video, directed by Ace Norton.
Taking his wonderful hand-drawn style, with its usual a dizzying array of images and lyrical snippets, to a largely instrumental track by DJ Shadow doesn't seem to have deterred RUFFMERCY. Here the Bristol-based animator tells the story of three Ralphs who must die.