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Pop video specialist Carly Cussen has put together this colourful performance video for KDA's Turn The Music Louder, featuring Tinie Tempah and Katy B.
Rich Lee, the director of numerous Eminem videos including Rap God, The Monster and Not Afraid, shows he's mastered the action blockbuster with the video for Em's Phenomenal - a compendium of action film tropes, which also includes the near-obligatory cameo by John Malkovich.
Romain Cieutat has created a stark and memorable visual accompaniment to Abd Al Malik's Allogene – a man swathed in robes who strides through the walkways of a deserted maze of concrete and steel, whose glimpses of exposed body reveal his special quality.
With nearly-nude women being chased by giant phallic hairy beasts, and then captured by men on horseback, Zoran Bihac's video for Lindemann's Fish On is not exactly politically correct.
Dano Cerny captures the irrepressible spirit of New Orleans, a decade after Hurricane Katrina, in this uplifting video for Sigma and Diztortion Redemption, featuring vocalist Jacob Banks.
Here are the details of the nominations for the UK music genre categories at the UK Music Video Awards 2015 - which takes place in a little under four weeks time on November 5th - including director, production company, commissioner and label credit information where currently available.
Credit info on the nominations on all the other categories at this year’s UKMVAs is coming soon.
Timecop1983 dreamwave anthem ‘Dreams’ has been turned into a retro-futuristic video directed by Matt Clarke. Combining live action with wire-frame animation, the video is "a homage to risk-taking, living in your body, expressing yourself and seeking a higher plane".
James Barber takes Leo Kalyan on a stunning and colourful road trip through the south west France in his debut music video for Get Your Love, shot on various formats in numerous breathtaking locations. And James and his cameraman Stefan Yap orchestrate their shots so that Leo remains as a mysterious presence throughout, despite being in nearly every frame.
Youth Hymns latest magnum opus for Lusts saw them heading to Blackpool - frankly the only place to go for a track called Illuminations - in a classic Ford Capri. And has the Golden Mile ever looked so groovy and psychedelic as it does here? Probably not.
But then YH, vying for the mantle of busiest directors in music videos, were "jacked up on travel sickness pills"...
Alex Martinez and William Kee capture the feel-good vibes of Kiko Bun's upbeat reggae tune Sometimes, with a simple yet fun performance video following Kiko as he sets out to enjoy his weekend after a long week in the recording studio, with clips of him having a great time on a date in a theme park, meshed together with footage from Kiko's live performance at POW in Brixton.