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French animation team Mrzyk & Moriceau present this throwback animation for The Avalanches.
Having explored Africa, so to speak, with Baby Love and Milk Bath, Petite Meller now heads for somewhere really remote. And it turns out that the girl with the rouged cheeks and vintage swimwear (and lots more interesting clothing besides) fits in pretty well in Outer Mongolia.
Tim Erem directs Tove Lo’s instantly catchy Cool Girl , and it's the first chapter in a longer form project heralding the Swedish singer's second album Lady Wood, set to explore the beauty and darkness that comes with chasing thrills.
Ciaran Lyons has achieved something distinctive with his video, somewhere between photography and illustration, for Scottish artist The Pictish Trail. That's because of the painstaking amount of work he put into it.
Sam Pilling's video for DJ Shadow & Run The Jewels is a convincing take on high-level international diplomacy that very quickly turns into an hilarious if slightly scary international brawl.
Frequent collaborator Philip Andelman creates a suitably stylish and slick visual feast for Maxwell's 1990x, serenading and seducing a beautiful woman in his awesomely luxurious home, and a irrestistable flow of falsetto vocals.
A band performance through the prism of an ancient, glitchy, colour-corrupted VHS camera that's stuck on close-up mode. And that works a treat for the forbidding death metal of Conjuror. It's directed by Nothingness who was aiming for something "inside the shell of a horrible 1970s European horror film you found in gutter."
Crooked Cynics fake it with Bastille in this deceptively simple piece of political commentary. Primarily featuring one charismatic speaker, we watch an impassioned international broadcast that appears jovial at first, before the cracks start to show.
Joseph Toman directs Usher in this stripped-down studio performance of No Limit, together with a bunch of dancing buddies and the artist formerly known as Young Thug (now he's started going by his real name, Jeffery).
It's straightforward but its also pitch-perfect, giving Usher full scope to display his boundless charm, charisma and very smooth moves.
Director Hammy teams up with Feed Me & Nina Nesbitt to create this surreal infomercial-inspired video.
Emil Nava takes good buddies John Newman and Calvin Harris to beautiful Los Cabos in Mexico for Olé.
This sun-kissed clip sees John Newman occupy various gorgeous slices of the picturesque Mexican coastline, accompanied everywhere by beautiful girls - on land, sea, and on horseback, no less.