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Tommy Husband gets seriously close to Wrexham garage-fuzz merchants Eitha Da, with hands on guitars and drums and kinetic editing capturing the bold intensity of Southern Fried Ruthin - all ninety seconds of it.
The video for Enrique Iglesias’s latest smash El Baño features the Latin superstar's attempts to woo the sexy girl of his dreams (Polyanna Uruena) in a bar, given a helping hand from the bartender - played by Eric Roberts - who can manipulate time, with his old pocket watch.
From boy to man, the imposing Flowdan pounds the mean streets of Hackney carrying a boombox blasting out thunderous beats, in Vasilisa Forbes's powerful visual for The Bug's Bad.
A young man, carrying a bagful of loose audiotape, becomes embroiled in a surreal cycle of repetition, with timecode flickering on and off screen and the image fragmenting, in RUFFMERCY's hypnotic video for Nightmares On Wax.
Dominic O'Riordan guides us through this trip down Memory Lane for Example.
His video for The Answer dramatises how the teenage Elliott Gleave began his rapping career on the streets and house parties of South London. The video starts with him working on a track, his first ever tune playing on his headphones, as he waits for his friends to go to a party.
Son Lux have shared a second track from their forthcoming album Brighter Wounds (released in February 2018) with an absorbing and mysterious video directed by Alex Cook, which follows two women as they sacrificially tend to a small group of patients.
Jorja Smith plays a contract killer who faces a dilemma, when she's hired to kill the man she loves, in Hector Dockrill's dark tale for our times for Let Me Down. And this is not going to be a case of romantic 'happy-ever-afters'.
Long-running annual Super 8mm film competition straight 8 has launched it's 2018 challenge, inviting "anyone, anywhere" to make a short film on a single cartridge of Super 8mm cine film, with no retakes, no editing and no post-production.
Packed with her trademark graceful choreographic wit, Mimi Cave reunites with long-term collaborator Vance Joy in this plaintive and haunting study of grief and mourning for We're Going Home.
Superorganism came together on the internet, from all over the world, so it's appropriate that New Zealand bandmember 'Robert Strange' (aka Blair Everson) has made a video for the band that's all about the internet.
Owlle gazes from her swish apartment onto a nighttime cityscape with flames in the distance - flames that swiftly encroach into her home.
Thibaut Grevet's video for the French singer has the aura of a bad dream, where fear is suspended, but just around the corner. And it's always an achingly gorgeous-looking bad dream.
Jack Whiteley's new video for Young Fathers presents itself initially as a recognisable sub-genre of the medium - beautifully-shot, tastefully art directed, evocative and 'artistic'. And then it begins to strip away at the artifice.