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British animator Katy Wang's lovely animated video for French group Toto Bono Lokua is a riot of graphic ideas that feels like a children's book come to life. We love the dancing elephants!
Colombian sensation Bomba Estéreo brings the hottest rhythms and dance moves in combination with Femke Huurdeman's aesthetics. It all amounts to a really delightful combination of colours and figures, propelled with an irresistable Latin tempo.
Ilona McIlwain has created a hypnotic compliment to Berlin-based producer Mobilegirl's Forest Gloss - from her debut EP Poise.
Featuring Bao, aka Mobilegirl, in contrasting situations of swimming pool and nightclub, it maintains a reflective cool throughout.
Avelino serenades a girl in Kaz Ove's video for 1 In a Million, making her an elusive object of his desire, while bathed in neon pinks and blues. Ove alternates shots between the two protagonists, separated yet united through the music and a range of London locations.
Chinese pop superstar Chris Lee delves into a dystopian world of youth alienation and dark technology where the myserious black orb rules over everything, in this sumptuously-produced video directed by Italian filmmaker Marco Prestini, and photographed by Giuseppe Favale.
Wouldn't it be great if Debbie Harry and Joan Jett took over the evening news? Well, move over Fiona Bruce, the kickass queens of punk and rock 'n roll are doing just that.
Tune-Yards are renowned for their zany and colourful videos that often feel they could sit comfortably within an episode of Sesame Street. In Brit director Dear Mr Quistgard's video for ABC 123, overall-clad Merrill Garbus and Nate Brenner have swapped the playpen for the woodwork shop. But apart from that, this is wacky-business-as-usual.
It's almost here, and Pale Waves' Heather Baron-Gracie wants to talk about it, in Stephen Agnew's atmospheric, gothy and '80s-tinged video for New Year's Eve.
Director/choreographer Alexandra Green orchestrates a vibrant and vibey showcase for ILLBlue's Tribalist (Get To Know), featuring a strong performance by Sony Music newbie Glowie.
The first of three live sessions by Gavin James shot at the legendary Rivoli Ballroom in south east London, directed by Raja Virdi in his now-customary one-take style.
This one was lensed by live session veteran Brett Turnbull, executing Virdi's idea to the highest standard using vintage Mole Beam lights from Panalux, with intricate Steadicam movement by Josh Brooks.
A story of attempted escape in a very cool Triumph Herald, for new band Drusila by Jake Hargreaves.
"Just me and the band making this one," says Jake. "Real pleasure working for these guys who exude passion and enthusiasm in there performance. And have tried to augment this with a quick pace that ramps up with the track to the finale note."
French rapper Ichon plays a jovial TV presenter whose avuncular mask keeps slipping, in Athys De Galzain's video for Maintenant.