Chelcee Grimes shows off a real heart of gold as the all-action concierge of a West Coast trailer park, populated with a cast of ripe characters, in Charlotte Rutherford's charming video for Just Like That.
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A young woman faces her demons in Ross Ferguson's video for singer-songwriter Phil Simmonds.
Taking a phone call in her car and receiving devastating news, she runs, and finds herself in a series of locations that reflect her state of mind, and also where she relives the event that has now evidently been discovered.
Nur Casadevall portrays Belgian singer/songwriter Blanche and her friends in an outwardly pleasant if not actually gilded cage, in the video for Wrong Turn.
A beautiful and brilliant video for Florence + The Machine by Autumn de Wilde.
This captures the passion and power of Florence Welch, in a dance choreographed by acclaimed dancer and choreographer Akram Khan and Florence herself, performed by a wonderful group of dancers with with the singer in a breathtaking combination of colour, darkness and water.
Mr and Mrs Carter, and their friends, visited The Louvre and made a little film.
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Kamasi Washington has created an instant jazz classic with Street Fighter Mas. Now AG Rojas has made a brilliant video for it, that puts Kamasi's warm yet rather enigmatic personality at its heart - together with his obsession with the king of vintage arcade games.
Dave Free's latest directing foray sees him swapping his usual Little Homies partner Kendrick Lamar for Jack Begert, to tell a hard-boiled, Coens-esque tale of bungled criminal enterprise for Jay Rock's OSOM, featuring J Cole.
London-based directing duo Broken Antenna return to action with this slow stroll along the boardwalk at Coney Island, intercut with snatches of super-colourful Super 8mm, for the mesmerizing, narcoleptic flow of Trellion.
Collaborating again with Kav – guesting on this track for Robson – Martin J Pickering directed this cinematic performance-based video.
Shot by Mark Pickering, on the Movi Pro rig, in and around the Barbican and the back streets of Shoreditch, the video has striking, contrasting visuals of brutalist architecture and colourful urban graffitied streets.