Stevie Gee has created a suitably kick-ass cartoon for Candadian hardcore metal-punks Cancer Bats' intensely rocking Gatekeeper, from the new album The Spark That Moves.
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Chris Hopewell's second video for Father John Misty, after the MVA-winning film for Things It Would Have Been Helpful To Know Before The Revolution, is another extraordinary voyage of discovery.
The second video for pop supergroup LSD brings the psychedelic animation of the first into the real world, and it really takes flight in the hands of Ernest Desumbila.
For this latest video for Leningrad, Ilya Naishuller has changed things up a little - this one is animated. But don't worry, it's still trademark Naishuller, and therefore superlatively hyperactive and, of course, eyewateringly violent.
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...
Much-loved alt-folk-pop outfit Tunng are back, a new album on the way, and a lovely animated video by the Polish animation team Kijek/Adamski for the first single, ABOP.
Gemma Yin Taylor brings her animation craft to this bright and breezy live action video for Jay Pryor's Rich Kid$.
In a simple white studio set-up Taylor adds vibrant colours and gives these kids some digitaized luxury, including Louis Vuitton tracksuits and quite possibly a Gucci bowling shirt too. So who actually needs the real thing...?
Sia, Diplo and Labrinth are now all together in a new musical project they have called, for obvious reasons, LSD.
And with unshakeable logic the video for first single Genius is a decidely trippy affair: the Sia and Labrinth characters eccentric romance is interrupted by Diplo's monolithic head, which is also a spacecraft...