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Ryan Staake explores what he calls 'infinite tunneling' in his new video for the catchy electro-pop of Danish duo The Asteroids Galaxy Tour's My Club.
It's a very cool technique, and as Ryan explains below, he was helped, if not infinitely but greatly, by the alluring charisma of band frontgirl Mette Lindberg.
From a great new video by Hiro Murai for Chet Faker, to Ninian Doff's latest one for Peace - and new videos by Emil Nava (for Gaslight Anthem), Sophie Muller (for Beck), Vaughan Arnell (for The Script) – here was work from some directors who are surely in for a shout for the big best director award at the UK Music Video Awards in November.
Marc Klasfeld heads to the Wild West with this big-budget fun caper for the new David Guetta single Lovers On The Sun - starring movie actor Ray Liotta.
As is so often, Ray plays the villian, who gets to torture our hero - who escapes thanks to a poncho-wearing dame with magical powers...
Vertex delivers this brutal drama to accompany the frantic beats of Stop by Shystie and Jalissa.
A couple fall on hard times and to escape the bailiffs and make ends meet, the man resorts to illegal street fighting with disastrous consequences...
Hustle And Drone's The Glow - first single from their debut album Holyland – has the fist-pumping energy of an arena-rock anthem. And appropriately enough, directors Joe Linton and Casey Warren of Seattle creative agency J Media shot the video in the Moda Center, home to the Portland Trail Blazers - the trio performing the track in the midst of a trampoline-assisted slam-dunk contest.
Armed with a Super 8mm camera and vials of earth, electronic producer Reighnbeau sets out on a global search in Seth Fuller's impressively cinematic promo for his track Milk Of Amnesia.
The Notting Hill Carnival is just around the corner, and Clemens Habicht gets us in the mood for the weekend's festivities with an impromptu carnival of his own, for Lokate's Flow.
Caroline Bottomley is the founder, MD and guiding force of Radar Music Videos, which started out as a festival for 'outsider' directors a decade ago, and has become an integral part of the British music video landscape, connecting the independent music industry to up-and-coming creative talent through its groundbreaking video commissioning service.
Georgia Hudson casts her magic and mystical powers over the promo to Strange by the critically-acclaimed Charlotte OC.
Georgia's video sees the Blackburn singer-songwriter as some sort of high-priestess taking part in a mysterious love ritual, complimenting the eerie electronic soundtrack perfectly...
Music videos on YouTube and Vevo will carry an age classification from October, as part of a pilot scheme announced today (Monday August 18th) by British prime minister David Cameron.