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Ilya Naishuller's insane video for Leningrad's Kolshik is a calamity in reverse. Beginning at the climax and working our way backward with reverse footage and clever reveals, we get to see exactly how a day at the circus turned into such a complete disaster.
As far as opening shots go, an aerial view of a dead deer lying in a pool of blood on a frozen lake is a hell of a way to hook us in.
Ruslan Pelykh's performance video for Puzzle is a piece of minimalist cool with a heavy post-production flare.
What could possibly bring any more joy to your day than the infectious smile of D.R.A.M? Well, what about his Muppet doppelganger?
Blondie are back, releasing their song Fun from their upcoming album Pollinator, with Debbie Harry looking stunning, and a colourful, psychedelia-tinged narrative by NYC-based director Dikayl Rimmasch.
London alt-pop outfit Flyte have released this beautifully shot live performance video for their single Echoes.
South East London based producer Russ Chimes and R&B singer Iris Gold have released this dark, percussive collaboration for Drift, paired with an elegant visual by Anna Brooks and Alex Simpson.
Photographer, filmmaker, label founder, music producer, and all-round creative powerhouse, Jamie-James Medina's long-time association with XL Recordings and it's subsidiary label Young Turks has resulted in him building a distinctive body of work as a music video director, for the likes of King Krule, Gil Scott-Heron and Iggy Pop.
Following the first part released before Christmas, Jamie Carter has now delivered the second in a trilogy of videos for British punk outfit Creeper, played alongside their track Black Rain.
Aella Jordan-Edge has delivered this entertaining video for The Sherlocks' track Was It Really Worth It? about the lengths one will go to impress someone.
The video opens at the beginning of the end, following a nascent relationship that is already fraught with tension because of a large age gap between the two lovers.
London indie rock outfit Little Cub have released this resonant and melancholic video by Lily Rose Thomas, offering up a glimpse into the life of a Londoner in her mid-twenties.
A red furry worm in a modernist Mediterranean village acquires the means to run about, in artist/animator Serguei Spoutnik's supercool, witty, Dali-meets-Bugs Bunny squareformatted video for French electronica artists Apollo Noir.