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Michael LeBlanc's huge ensemble dance video for Wintersleep sees a man search for a break from loneliness in a place so many do: the bingo hall.
Marc Ortiz's glitchy black and white clip for Animic is a bizarre and unsettling character study.
Henry Kaplan's brilliant video for TW Walsh explores the trials of being a teenager in love in a time before instant communication (in this case, 1992).
Sugarcane Media has launched in London, as a different kind of company making music videos, offering both a production and post production solution to their clients' pop promo needs.
How do you get a horse and a sawn-off shotgun onto a London estate without being arrested? Ask Javier Alejandro, who's created a cool-looking mix of tough realism and flights of imagination for Solo45.
Off the back of Little Simz' ambitious Stillness in Wonderland short film from last year, comes this deeper dive into Wonderland in the form of an animation from Jeremy Cole.
Martin Garrix contemplates the past in Blake Claridge's video for Scared To Be Lonely.
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.