Tune-Yards are renowned for their zany and colourful videos that often feel they could sit comfortably within an episode of Sesame Street. In Brit director Dear Mr Quistgard's video for ABC 123, overall-clad Merrill Garbus and Nate Brenner have swapped the playpen for the woodwork shop. But apart from that, this is wacky-business-as-usual.
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In a visual tour de force for Visionist, Frederick Heyman stages a number of documentary scenes involving extreme peril, placing numerous versions of the experimental composer within each scene. The effect is mesmerising and very eery. Then he deconstructs the whole process, which makes it even eerier.
Daren Rabinovitch of Encyclopedia Pictura addresses the tricky business of love in his video for Dirty Projectors. He charts the classic stages of a relationship, from beginning to end, through a cast of characters who all share a common distinguishing feature.
Sevdaliza mourns the sudden death of her lover in the sensual, dreamlike drama for Hear My Pain Heal, a triumphant return to music videos by Ian Pons Jewell.
Scottish alt-hip hop trio Young Fathers are back with a striking new video for Lord, the title track from their forthcoming third album, directed by Rianne White.
Watsky goes on a journey around his raging sexual libido, by microscopic hang-glider. And with the motormouth rapper surveying a mountain range of bodies, with pornstar Reily Reid as his Everest, Nick Roney's video for Going Down is frank, funny and very graphic indeed.
Molly Gale and Jancarlo Beck - aka directing duo Sleepy Puppies - have created a riveting dramatic vignette for Aquilo, shot at Joshua Tree, California, and achieved in a single take.
Joshua Lipworth takes Mark Lanegan's Emperor as his cue for an atmospheric tale of an Eastern European dictator nearing his demise - loosely based on the fall of the Romanian communist leader Ceaucescu.