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If you think great dancing started with Michael Jackson, and nothing can compare to Maddy in Chandelier... this one's for you.
Remember - once you've watched this video, it'll be there in your brain forever. There is no going back.
Calum Macdiarmid collaborates with Vaults for their single Cry No More, resulting in an evocative and suspenseful film, which conveys the melancholic tone of the song while also adding a layer of tension through the narrative.
June brought us intimate human interest dramas, like Abteen Bagheeri's tale of a disabled ex-jockey climbing back in the saddle for Kodaline; epic spectaculars, such as Gener8ion + M.I.A.'s The New International Sound Pt.
Morgan Faverty's debut music video for H. Grimace's impressive Cavepainter is a visual and tonal treat with contrasting painterly and jagged textures. Rocks are broken revealing colours within, matching the shots of fluids resembling the surface of Jupiter.
Shomi Patwary's super-stylish video for Mark Ronson's I Can't Lose is a suitably retro effort, emphasising Ronson's qualities as bandleader and ultimate collaborator - and also conjuring an exciting vision of big-city nightlife as it once was - or perhaps never quite was.
Ryan Hope's video Disclosure's Holding On, featuring velvet-voiced Gregory Porter, is the teasing first part of an ambitious four part video anthology to accompany the duo's forthcoming second album Caracal.
Parisian collective CRCR head down to an English pub to execute their own highly inventive brand of action for Drenge's I Want To Break You In Half. It's what you would call a very Anglo display of bone-crunching aggression, delivered with Gallic flair.
Camerimage – the International Film Festival Of the Art of Cinematography – is now accepting entries for its annual Music Videos competition.
As usual, Camerimage will present two music video awards at this year's festival, which takes place from 14th to 21st November in Bydgoszcz, Poland: Best Cinematography in a Music Video, and Best Music Video.
AWOLNATION brings the masses together in the video for their song I am, directed by Hayley Young.
The mass serve as an ensemble choir that make their striking impression when the rhapsodic chorus hits. They also provide harmonious movement, pulsing and gyrating around frontman Aaron Bruno to the beat of the music.
Colin Tilley has created one of the videos of the year for Kendrick Lamar's Alright, a landmark work for the summer of 2015.