Director-cinematographer Senzo Ueno's latest Young Juvenile Youth video takes place in an enchanted forest, where flora is fauna, and to enter the forest is to become one with the trees, the rocks and the sky.
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J-Pop princess Kyary Pamyu Pamyu returns with another of her remarkable music videos, combining kiddie cute with the deeply trippy, bursting with a level of visual imagination that puts 99% of Western pop videos to shame.
Caviar, along with Ceka, have produced Lost Youth, a provocative short film by director Taichi Kimura in collaboration with Boiler Room. Producer Ydizzy's contribution to the film's soundtrack with his song Meytonight, has been paired with this video, which is made up of sequences from the film.
Akihiko Taniguchi uses Cumhur Jay's instrumentals as a foundation for some bizarre and incredible glitched-out grooving.
Japanese candy-pop gets a jaw-dropping treatment by Hideyuki Tanaka, in which Kyary Pamyu Pamyu (of Pon Pon Pon fame) is a stick-armed giant toy drummer girl in a storage room full of mini delivery boy astonauts... or something.
Sally Sibbet goes heavy into drunken pathos in this music video for Half Japanese Half Muscle's track Loose Fitting Girls. It sees a crestfallen drunken man, played by Eiji Mihara, alone in a bar, dancing, crying and singing karaoke.
Director Kosai Sekine has helmed this pristinely surreal video for electronic duo Young Juvenile Youth's track Animation, which sees the lead singer Yuki's head become deconstructed, sliced, shuffled and put back together again in a flurry of spellbinding effects.