French duo The Blaze - that's Jonathan Alric and Guillaume Alric – direct a layered and cinematic homecoming for their song Territory, the follow-up to the MVA-award winning video for Virile.
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Flat Eric is back, driving down a California coastal highway, about to be overtaken in an identical car by... Flat Eric. Only this other dirty yellow fluffy puppet is actually a she. A Flat Erica, in fact.
Drawing inspiration from the album cover of The Prodigy's '90s classic Fat Of The Land, with some Terminator T-1000 thrown in, Finnish director Anton Tammi has created a superb combination of visuals, editing and VFX for Bruce Smear's Pick & Roll with simple yet visually arresting ingredients - a couple of crabs, a scorpion and metallic liquid.
Oscar Hudson has created a video for producer Gilligan Moss's distinctively skewed pop ode Choreograph that follows a tried-and-tested theme of exactly matching specific visuals to music elements, but then adds his own clever twist.
From the time the camera passes through a door,Twilight Zone-style, and then through the back a female mouth, John Christian Ferner Apalnes has delivered an odd journey for electronica artist Ghost Culture's Arms.
Using plasticine, models, stop-motion and other media, we follow a running man through a number of inventive scenes.