Alex Karpovsky (from Girls) is a bad magician in the new MGMT video, hated by his meagre audience for his terrible tricks. And he's stuck in a Groundhog Day-style loop. Maybe he's dreaming - or dying? Because then the world changes, with new hidden, and frankly horrible depths, as he falls onto the operating table surrounded by surgeons.
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Roger Guàrdia has a way with a band performance. He's proved it on several occasions in the past, and once again here with Zephyr Bones, one of Spain's most promising young bands.
It's a relaxed, almost dreamlike piece, blending distorted slo-mo visuals and trippy visual effects, that enable the viewer to sink into the enjoyably jangly sound of Telephone.
Warren Du Preez and Nick Thornton Jones's latest collaboration with Björk is a stunning vision, combining live action and post VFX, for the title track from her new album utopia.
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.
In a visual tour de force for Visionist, Frederick Heyman stages a number of documentary scenes involving extreme peril, placing numerous versions of the experimental composer within each scene. The effect is mesmerising and very eery. Then he deconstructs the whole process, which makes it even eerier.
Franz Ferdinand reunite with AB/CD/CD for the title track from the forthcoming new album, and move to the next level.
The mesmerizing video for Always Ascending showcases the band's new line-up with a video that never stops moving, firstly around the band, and then, appropriately enough, continuously upwards, revealing new combinations of the band in performance.
Daren Rabinovitch of Encyclopedia Pictura addresses the tricky business of love in his video for Dirty Projectors. He charts the classic stages of a relationship, from beginning to end, through a cast of characters who all share a common distinguishing feature.
J.A.C.K have made a very enigmatic video for MØ's When I Was Young. In so doing, the French directing duo have captured the Danish popster's distinctive charisma in a way not previously achieved in her videos.