Dave Free's latest directing foray sees him swapping his usual Little Homies partner Kendrick Lamar for Jack Begert, to tell a hard-boiled, Coens-esque tale of bungled criminal enterprise for Jay Rock's OSOM, featuring J Cole.
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Collaborating again with Kav – guesting on this track for Robson – Martin J Pickering directed this cinematic performance-based video.
Shot by Mark Pickering, on the Movi Pro rig, in and around the Barbican and the back streets of Shoreditch, the video has striking, contrasting visuals of brutalist architecture and colourful urban graffitied streets.
French directing duo Videodrome document the course of a relationship, from the expanses of nature's landscapes to the intimacy of the bedroom, for William Fitzsimmons' melancholic Second Hand Smoke.
This is an outstanding music video for Pumarosa by Niall Trask – and in its way utterly terrifying,
Trask brings us ostensibly an idyllic scene: a man tends an apiary, packed with bees busily at work. But the gloriously heightened black and white photography, with black sky and white trees, creates an otherworldy feel that somehow enables the horror that follows.
For one of the first songs that Sigrid recorded - now released in its original demo form - East London-based animation studio Moth have created a video to reflect the deep instrospection at the heart of Focus.
Matthias Hoene's very charming video for Eels tells the story of a Rusty, the drainpipe man - he's an abandoned and corroded set of drainpipes who ventures into the wide world to find his original owner, only to realise that he is surplus to requirements, and therefore homeless. So he must reinvent himself...
It's a big day out for a gang of friends in Sashinski's video for Jonas Blue shot on location in Lisbon.
With featured artists Jack & Jack making their presence felt with an accompanying performance, the flow of the narrative works to an impressive climax - this attractive bunch walk the city and finally end up at a massive outdoor concert by Jonas Blue himself.
Will Mayer turns a very tangible fear into an existential threat in his haunting video for Bad Bad Not Good.
A man sits in a car, inexorably filling up with water. When he escapes, he then find himself in another situation where rising waters could engulf him at any moment.