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Roisin Murphy's new album All My Dreams/Innocence, a collaboration with legendary dance producer Maurice Fulton, comes with a trio of new videos directed by Murphy herself. And here's the first – a burst of lo-fi, tongue-in-cheek rave nostalgia.
Tom Andrew and Sam Davis's video for Daniel Avery has taken a comment by the DJ/producer and made it their inspiration.
London-based animator Andy Baker does a great job bringing the brilliantly bold cartoonish illustrations of Robin Velghe - aka Rhymezlikedimez - to life for NxWorries in the supercool video for Lyk Dis.
Baker and Velghe take the duo - that's Anderson.Paak and Knxwledge - on a southern Californian roadtrip where everything appears just a bit suggestive to their one-track minds...
Gerald Sagoe turns a London estate into a beautiful battleground for Kojo Funds.
Excellent black and white photography and super slow motion turns a mass fight into a metaphor. Sagoe's video for Funds' Stallin' is an impressive music video directing debut.
After finding that Korean dance outfit Intro Dance Studios had created a dance cover of their song Day 1, Honne got in touch - and asked Inro and director Tae Hyun Kim to make a video for their latest track Me+You ◑.
A compelling full-performance video for the heavy riffing psych-rock outfit Glitter Machine by Mark Lediard, who captures the band on a prowling camera rotating around them.
Top music video production company Luti Media are set to produce a six-part comedy series for UK youth channel E4, written by and starring O-T Fagbenle, and produced by his brother Luti Fagbenle.
Bea Miller's big performance of I Wanna Know - her collaboration with NOTD - becomes a real showstopper in Michael Baldwin's impressive video.
A boy and a girl embark on a classic pre-romance rite of passage - the mock-serious chase - in and around the unmistakeable streets and buildings of Havana, in Brett Simon's video for Snow Patrol's Empress.
Ivana Bobic's latest video for Sigrid is an ode to friendship in a Spielberg world.
Andrew Donoho helms this dark sci-fi action thriller for Plan B's hugely powerful Guess Again. It's a furiously paced story which, at its heart, delivers an ominous warning about the future of technology.
Ben Drew aka Plan B was deeply involved in the making of the video, as the writer, directing 2nd unit and co-editing the work with Chris Dart and Donoho.
Jeremi Durand's powerful video for French rapper Keny Arkana imagines a near-future society at breaking point.
Referencing the sentiment of wilful blinkeredness when the world around you is going to hell – as expressed in Paul Misraki’s 1935 song from which it takes its title - Arkana's Madame la Marquise calls out modern society’s indifference to the destructive path we’re on.