Chapter three of Rosalía's new album is about love and jealousy, and its inspired a second brilliant video by Nicolás Méndez of CANADA. And just as the first for Malamente reworks classic Spanish iconography , this combines unlikely elents to create their own particular brutal beauty.
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Here's the first video that Nicolás Méndez of CANADA directed for rising Spanish artist Rosalía, and released in late May: a characteristically brilliant and beautiful work that reimagines classic Spanish iconography in a thrilling fashion.
A very enjoyable, and enjoyably nutty video for Caloncho's Brillo Mio by Spanish directing duo Tenis - that's Victor Aguilar & Juan Sevilla.
Think The Avalanches' brilliant video for Frontier Psychiatrist, but on a WW2 Japanese prisoner of war camp theme...
A lone figure steps within a ring of youths. As she suddenly breaks into dance, she triggers a fight between those surrounding her. She is unfazed however, as if she is controlling this manic scrambling through her slow but steady movements. As a result, she remains the last one standing amidst the scattered bodies, which are framed in a beautiful overhead shot.
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.
An abduction drama with elements of The Exorcist - which leads to a contentious final twist in Spanish director Alex Esteve's video for José Ojeda's Ciél Sans Lune.
Victor Aguilar - aka Zipi - transports us to a turn-of-the 20th century party for Leiva, packed with dancing, drink, drugs, hanky-panky and weird sex - and Michael Jackson.
Alan Masferrer presents a heavy-smoking playboy and his delightfully energetic friend in this kooky and very charming two-hander for LA's electro-disco duo Oliver.