Stevie Russell channels those classic teen movies of the 1980s in his video for the pulsating electro-pop of Ships, where a young boy takes the disco floor with the girl of his dreams - but is it all a dream?
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Luke Tierney, more commonly known as exective prodcuer and head of music at FRIEND in London, makes his directing debut with this effective one-shot video for electro-pop artist Art School Girlfriend.
Artist and filmmaker Greg Barth explores intimacy in an increasingly digitized world in this thought-provoking music video for French electronic producer, Rone.
Concepts of virtual sex and loneliness are taken to their logical extremes in this dystopian vision that seamlessly fuses intimate live action performance with slick 3D animation.
Raja Virdi expands from his signature live performance promo style with this ambitious production for Dimension, shot in Peterborough Cathedral.
Dark narrative elements accompany a performance by the electronic artist in the remarkable space, shot in black and white to fit in with Dimension's trademark monochromatic visual style.
Lisa Paclet delivers a haunting performance piece for French producer/composer Prequell, featuring English singer Rae Morris, where the track inspired a video infused with mystery.
Swedish directing collective Stylewar return to music videos after a long absence for the latest visual treat for Bonobo.
Like the two previous videos for tracks on the current album, for Kerala and No Reason, everything here is subject to subtle manipulation. In this case, each scene contains looping elements, which keep in sync to the beat of the track.
Laurie Lynch captures the city's fast-paced repetitive rhythm - and a heavy dose of angst and paranoia – in his video for Kit Grill's Street Runner.
Watch in amazement as Oscar Hudson messes with your perceptions in this single-take journey for Bonobo's No Reason - Hudson's first video since joining Pulse Films.