Anton Tammi goes the full peyote with a video for Somewhere Else that gives full rein to the director's visionary and hallucinatory gifts. It's probably the most psychedelic, spaced-out Western since Dennis Hopper made The Last Movie.
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One adjective above all others applies to Emil Nava's new Calvin video: icy. It's so icy, in fact, it has towering blocks of ice around "stone-cold diva" Kehlani, and Lil Yachty is performing on a ice sports car. You heard that right. A sports car made of ice.
Loïc Andrieu's stunning video for KCPK's The End captures a teenage girl's unfolding nightmare in a series of jawdropping set-pieces.
Those Kurupt FM guys get themselves a proper serious music video by Ray Fiasco. Well, Suttin Like Dat...
The prolific Meji Alabi buffs his growing reputation with this stylish video for Yungen's All Night. Aided by oP Stefan Yap's excellent work, the look is suitably sophisticated, and sexy.
After his directing debut for Question TIme, Nathan James Tettey is back with the supercool Dave, for the far less political No Words, featuring Mostack.
Zac Ella's return to music videos for The Magic Gang requires you to keep your eyes peeled at all times.
It may start as a tried-and-tested sitcom trope - son brings girlfriend to meet his parents and have squirm-inducing dinner - but things get progressively darker and weirder. And make less sense as the visual continuity errors start appearing.
Joshua Lipworth takes Mark Lanegan's Emperor as his cue for an atmospheric tale of an Eastern European dictator nearing his demise - loosely based on the fall of the Romanian communist leader Ceaucescu.