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Here's a remarkable achievement by Darcy Prendergast and Xin Li at Melbourne-based Oh Yeah Wow. The video for The Jezabels' Come Alive is the animated story of a woman being chased by a horde of torch-bearing men, and facing a terrible fate - created in oil paint on glass, and animated frame by frame.
Vienna-based animation and design studio LWZ have created some stellar visuals to the pulsating beat of Ogris Debris's See The World.
The video sees a long animated sequence with a touch of 1920s and 30s graphic design aesthetics, featuring selfie sticks, CCTV, global warming, and many other hot topics of our modern times.
PPL Video Store and Vanderquest have merged their extensive archives of music videos to create one of the largest music video libraries in Europe, now available digitally for registered users of the expanded and re-launched PPL Video Store.
Filmed on Santa Monica Beach, the video for Jack Eye Jones's Misbehavin features an impassioned performance from vocalist Koli, channelling the summer-time feeling of the track.
The prolific Youth Hymns bring their over-saturated hyperreality to young indie rock saviours Wolf Alice's gentler-than-usual Freazy - possibly with their attempt to define exactly what Freazy is.
Guy Davies has directed this expressive, highly stylised video for Alice Olivia's Lovers, staging dramatic scenes of a couple who's having trouble making it work.
Bullion's latest signing Joao Retorta has created this video for Manchester-based band Prose's Run With Faith, and as he says, it's "a coming-of-age piece about friendship, and what it means to belong for different individuals in the same group of friends."
Here's the third installment of Taichi Kimura's commissioned docu-series for dance music producers Chase & Status. This time, they've team up with UK MC Bonkaz for Wha Gwarn? The fourth and final video is coming soon.
Louis Ellison has pulled off this fluid and downright classy video for Brighton-based singer Max Pope's Less Than Nothing, featuring some effortlessly hip youth killing time by listening to music.
Christopher Massey, who has died after a short battle with cancer, commanded widespread respect, admiration and affection throughout his career as a producer and production manager of music videos and commercials.