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On this evidence, former Coral guitarist Bill Ryder-Jones's solo direction is towards meandering Nineties-style lo-fi rock, a la Pavement. But he stays true to his Liverpool roots in the video for Two To Birkenhead, an affectionate low-key portrait of his hometown by fellow Merseysider James Slater.
Peaches, ever up for a challenge, steps in the wrestling ring for some serious lucha action with a bunch of bad mofos, up to all sorts of dirty (and smelly) tricks, in her video for Close Up. Fortunately she has supercool, unflappable Kim Gordon in her corner...
Grant Singer and The Weeknd keep things cryptic in their third collaboration, Tell Your Friends. What we can be sure of is that the Canadian rapper is up to no good.
Kenny McCracken's minimal, one-shot video for Aurora's Murder Song captures the young singer as she gives an expressive performance of her melancholic little song.
The video is touching in its softness and elegance, with the lyrics explored through interpretative movement and a mournful earnestness that's impossible to ignore.
Passion Pictures has signed London-based director Cassidy Burcher to its roster of talent for exclusive representation.
Public Service Broadcasting have honoured an important, often overlooked landmark in the Space Race with their track The Other Side, using official transmissions from the Apollo 8 mission - the first manned spacecraft to actually travel to the Moon, and make the first lunar orbit, losing communication with Earth as it passed around the Dark Side.
Singer Francis Dale performs his song Eleanor underwater in this video by Fernando Mamede.
Yup, that really is a TV in space, for real. Joe Connor has conjured this remarkable video for Kelvin Jones's heartwarming song Call You Home, by sending a vintage Sony TV into orbit on a special balloon provided by Sent Into Space, surrounded by GoPros so as to capture this spectacular footage of Jones' performance hovering above the Big Blue Marble itself.
Top Cat takes a trip, in Alden Volney's blissfully strange animation for Liverpool band Hooton Tennis Club's P.O.W.E.R.F.U.L. P.I.E.R.R.E.
It all starts so Hanna Barbara-style, but things go considerably more off-the-wall when Leopold The Fox and his nemesis Furious Jacques enter their local church in time to witness a cataclysmic event...
Alison Mosshart walks down the barrel of a Big Wind in the video for I Feel Love (Every Million Miles) directed by Ian & Cooper, marking the return of The Dead Weather, Mosshart's project with Jack White.
Courtney Barnett's appearance in London during her tour provided an excellent opportunity for Jon White to capture this pop-up performance outside Camden Town tube station on August 17th 2015, for her track Nobody Really Cares If You Don't Go To The Party.