Flat Eric is back, driving down a California coastal highway, about to be overtaken in an identical car by... Flat Eric. Only this other dirty yellow fluffy puppet is actually a she. A Flat Erica, in fact.
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Adam Buxton presents a new programme of the most creative new music videos, and much more besides, in BUG 50, at the BFI Southbank in London in early March.
This landmark 50th edition of the show that brings the best new music videos to the big screen, premieres on Friday, March 4th at 8.45pm, with...
Massive Attack return with their first new music for over five years, and a video for the excellent Tricky-featured Take It There by Hiro Murai which is pretty much everything you could hope for.
He was a rock legend – and much more besides. Adam Buxton presents a very special BUG show celebrating David Bowie’s incredible music video and film output, looking back on the key moments from his life and career on the big screen – from Space Oddity to Lazarus – and...
Dom Hawley and Nic Goffey have made some great videos for The Chemical Brothers. Now they've made another one.
Featuring Sonoya Mizuno, with choreography by Wayne McGregor, this stands up there with Setting Sun, Hey Boy Hey Girl and Believe. It's a beautiful thing.
"You call it madness, but I call it Love." - Nat King Cole
Emile Sornin is back with a video for The Shoes that'll possibly make you think twice about that cheeky Nando's you've been promising yourself.
It starts with the suave hero strapped into a lazer beam killing machine, and the bald villain poised to kill him, remote in hand. But Ninian Doff has turned that classic Connery-era Bond scenario on its head for Swedish indie pop band Miike Snow's Genghis Khan.
American experimental rock band Yeasayer are back, gearing up for the release of their new album Amen & Goodbye with the realease of this hair-raising, trippy video for I Am Chemistry.
Artist Jon Rafman and Oneohtrix Point Never's Daniel Lopatin have co-directed this awesome video for OPN's Sticky Drama – a homemade Game Of Thrones with added dystopian sci-fi tropes, played out by kids in a well-heeled North London suburb in the most satisfyingly supernatural LARPer battle ever.