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The Dirty Projectors are back - releasing their new single Keep Your Name and an engrossing performance video along with it, co-directed by frontman David Longstreth and Kanye West’s creative director, Elon Rutberg.
Noel Paul @ That Go lets the party unfold just off-camera in this cool underwater one-shot, shot in his adopted home of Beirut, and featuring a man who may have the lungs of a fish.
Sophina DeJesus - a UCLA gymnast who is known for including hip-hop moves into her floor routines - blazes around her empty childhood gym in the middle of the night, to the relentlessly fast-paced funk by Seramic.
Max Knight's video harks back to the grand tradition of Footloose, but has a charm all its own. And with fine work by DoP Sean Bagley, it looks great.
Michael Booth has directed this music video for house producer Bludwork, which pairs warm, emotive dance music to a slow-paced, human visuals.
Shot in a Californian hotel, the clip plays out like a mood piece exploring the human gaze and it's inherent intimacy, made up of super close-ups of a man and a woman - staring out the windows as they get dressed.
The first ever visual from Tender, Jack A. Bowden offers up a potent interpretation of an alien presence through contemporary dance, dynamic lighting and slick cinematography.
Bowden conveys a presence, which throws a trio of dancers into a recital of uncontrollable, animalistic movement. The magnetism of which is revealed, as it pulls people closer from the outside world.
Jamie Lawson’s new single Don’t Let Me Let You Go has been paired with this suitably melancholic music video representing the loss of love.
In Jordan Bahat's video for UK artist Leon Else's Black Car, Suki Waterhouse stars as the diner waitress who misses her bus, and then feels compelled to hitch a ride from a stone-faced stranger (played by Else) in the eponymous black vehicle...