Ciaran Lyons' directs Glasgow alt-pop duo Bdy Prts as performers in a bizarre ballet, employing visual wit, VFX and his trademark pixellation technique to create another impressive work.
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A security guard starts to question his eyes, and grip on reality, when the bank of CC camera monitors he's watching starts to throw up strange irregularities.
Filip Zaluska expertly racks up the tension in a taut mini-thriller for Urbanski that, as with his previous work, showcases Zaluska's excellent cinematography and atmospheric direction.
Lush cinematography and inventive choreography intersect in this dreamlike video for Sleigh Bells' And Saints - directed by Mimi Cave and Sleigh Bell's Derek Miller.
A slice of Nigerian R&B from the sultry Tiwa Savage, and another impressively crafted video from Meji Alabi - shot in Lagos at a very special place in the history of Nigerian music.
Shaun James Grant collaborates with Izzy Bee Phillips aka Black Honey on a noirish story of revenge in a funeral setting, with a time shifting element that may take you by surprise.
With Grant and Phillips working together on wardrobe, is heavy on style and atmosphere - and after this one for Dig, it looks like there'll be another episode of vintage, sexy cool on its way.
The video for Kruangbin's Maria También, the first single from the Texas-based trio's new album, tells the story of Iranian women prior to the revolution of 1979 that transformed the country into a theocracy.
Empari Mi engages in some rope bondage in her intimate performance video for Alibi directed by XIPHI.
A rich young guy is living the dream - but that's nothing compared to the story inside his head. Ilya Naishuller's latest blockbuster for Russian rock band Leningrad flashes back from our hero and his numerous lingerie model, pole-dancing girlfriends, to his career as a master criminal.
Enter Shikari, the first band on the moon. And what a good plan that is - until the set starts to fall apart at the seams, and we see the directors and PR team desperately attempt to keep things going with a band clearly not that comfortable performing in spacesuits.
Continuing his collaboration with Nothing But Thieves, Thomas James followed the band on their recent US tour.
Capturing snapshots of everyday America intercut with spoken word sections and clips from the band’s live shows, James creates an ode to life on the road on Particles – which sees NBT at their most Buckley-esque.