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The minimalist electronica and deadpan wit of Tiga's Bugatti has inspired a brilliant video by Helmi - driven by the rhythms of the track, witty, sexy, and the complete opposite of minimalist.
Rob Brandon and George Ezra continue their promo bromance as Rob delivers his fourth for the fast-rising UK singer with this absolute charmer for Listen To The Man.
George is about do his performance when a one Sir Ian McKellen pops up and steals the limelight...
Shot in LA, Alex Herron shows a darker insight into the mind of Professor Green in his promo for new single Little Secrets, a soulful offering on the painful subject of being cheated on. Taken from his Growing Up In Public album, the Prof is joined on vocals by Dutch singer-songwriter Mr Probz.
Many have attempted to reprise the early 1990s in their video-making efforts. Some for purely sentimental reasons. Some through an attempt to experience an era long before theirs.
Here are full details of the nominations for the budget music genre categories at the UK Music Video Awards 2014 – including director, production, and commissioner/label credit information where available.
With his videos for Peace, Royal Blood, Raleigh Ritchie and now Kasabian, its been a big year for Ninian Doff, resulting in a best director nomination at this year's UK Music Video Awards.
Taken from her new album The London Sessions - recorded in the UK capital with the cream of the British music scene - Mike Ho captures London in all its glory in his promo for Mary J Blige's new single Right Now.
UK singer Laura Doggett puts in a stirling performance in Rollo's slow-burning 'tale of heartbrake' promo for her forthcoming single Moonshine.
TJ Andrade's slick, well executed, and sexy video for The Kooks' Bad Habit is all about a very attractive young woman and her numerous online admirers. A bad habit indeed...
With a track called ‘Delorean Dynamite’ from Norwegian producer Todd Terje, it’s perhaps all too easy to assume what its music video incarnation would and dare I say, must be.
Obviously, you’d spend an entire day shooting a mint-condition Delorean driving around the countryside beyond Oslo on VHS and then proceed to blow the car up with dynamite.
CANADA are back with a new video for Los Punsetes, the Madrid band on the Barcelona-based directing collective and production company's own record label.