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Michael Booth has directed this music video for house producer Bludwork, which pairs warm, emotive dance music to a slow-paced, human visuals.
Shot in a Californian hotel, the clip plays out like a mood piece exploring the human gaze and it's inherent intimacy, made up of super close-ups of a man and a woman - staring out the windows as they get dressed.
Daniel Brereton serves up a surprise for Gorgon City's team-up with Blythe Pepino from Vaults. For all his experience, he's not a director well known for narrative work for mainstream dance acts. And this is a narrative video with a familiar storyline, about two teenagers sneaking out for a night on the town together.
Directing team AB/CD/CD have created a superbly entertaining video for French producer Breakbot's My Toy – featuring British DJ & vocalist Yasmin – which gives the classic Hollywood musical production number a sexy, Gallic-flavoured modern twist.
Icelandic directors Helgi & Hörður have delivered this highly mysterious, nicely shot video for Norwegian producer Matoma latest track - set inside a vehicle on a snowy country road in the dead of night. In it, we join a young woman in her disorientation, as she steps out of the vehicle armed with her flashlight, before finding a key on the ground....
Gold Panda pays his grandmother a visit in his hometown of Chelmsford, in this charming little video directed by Rob Brandon for the track In My Car.
Gold Panda explained, "I asked Rob to just come and film us - my gran and I - being boring. But now, when I watch it back, it doesn’t seem mundane at all. It seems actually really nice and sweet.
Japanese animator Densuke28 has created this lush animated video for Your Gay Thoughts' track To Disappear, following the strange adventure of an otherwordly creature - a blue chimpanzee with red eyes. The video, which sticks to a restrained, vibrant colour palette, sees the primate as he walks through the jungle before spotting a circular portal.
Ozzie Pullin has directed this thoroughly enchanting video for Tourist - aka London-based electronic music producer Will Phillips - which sees a couple running to find each other through a sprawling forest, and meeting out in the open countryside.