Greg Barnes' 'live' music video for Romare's Come Close To Me starts with his pitch on the phone to the artist to win the video - an enjoyable, hopefully satirical exchange that does for music video directors what Glengarry Glen Ross did for real estate salesmen.
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MADES' presents a self-directed dance piece for Never Lonely
Jonas Lindstroem & the ever-present Little Homies direct an artful juxtaposition of violence and peace in this latest Kendrick Lamar clip.
Just when you thought the world couldn't get any weirder or more scary, here comes Fitz and his Tantrums. And his mom.
Just remember: it's not real, it's only a video...
Bob Gallagher's video for Limerick hiphop trio Rusangano Family, is a tie-in piece to a documentary about mental health in Ireland, and uses visual metaphors to explore the issue.
Ostensibly this is a DJ Khaled video in which Rihanna is one of the featured artists. But as Tony Antoniades, writer of the currently most thumbed-up comment on YouTube, puts it: "This should just be Rihanna ft. The others".
Could be the best Rihanna video ever.
Mike Dempsey and Manchester Orchestra continue their collaboration under the watchful eyes of DANIELS with this study in melancholy played out in reverse.
Olly Murs serves up another winner, playing a love match with a difference with Louisa Johnson in Marc Klasfield's thoroughly entertaining video for Unpredictable - well-timed to align with the annual spike in the British public's interest in tennis.