Robert Schober's brilliant video for Mastodon is a horror B-movie pastiche, and an ode to anybody who's ever had a bad week at work.
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Tommy Cash is no stranger to explicit videos, as those of you who've witnessed Winaloto can attest to - and his latest for 'Surf' is no exception.
Remember Vanya Heymann and Gal Muggia's amazing VFX collage for Coldplay? Where the band became part of the landscape? Well picture that but much more sexual and you're sort of close.
Oh, it's satire! YouTube personality Jesse Wellens teams up with James DeFina as they throw subtlety out of the window for Snoop Dogg.
Ciaran Lyons' video for Glaswegian hiphop duo Jay Rolex & MC Almondmilk is a treat for anyone who has a soft spot for the ugly side of the so-called Beautiful Game.
Lyons sticks the pair in their own shockingly rudimentary football-with-ultraviolence videogame, with the occasional (unauthorised) interjections from TV football's most famous faces.
Blink MD James Studholme's sideline as leader of shambly folk-bluegrass outfit Police Dog Hogan has led to notable videos by Blink and Colonel Blimp directors - but surely none better than this one by Fred Rowson.
With two previous adventures in the bag, Riccardo Salvi brings his hapless Nerd Guy creation back for a third wacky and entertaining escapade for the benefit of Brighton-based dream pop band Thyla.
James&James latest video for Brighton-based American/Belgian producer/singer Speelburg takes us to a trailer park where some very odd things are going down.
Somebody tie Eoin Glaister to a chair for a few months so that somebody else can have a chance at making music videos. His new clip for Glass Animals proves he's on top form as ever.
The massively surreal clip depicts lovers living on separate floors in a house, who only begin communicating with one another after a misunderstanding with a dog that swallows a TV remote.