Big-hitting commercials director Seb Edwards makes a spectacular splash into the world of music videos with this epic visual blockbuster for Jon Hopkins.
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KT Tunstall returns with her sixth album and a surprising makeover from her classic rock-folk persona of the previous five.
Swathed in dark robes, and captured in moody black and white, KT has been transformed into a veritable pop diva by Alexo Wandael. And not only that, she's dancing.
Jessy Moussallem has written and directed a new film for songs from electronic artist Damian Lazarus & The Ancient Moons' new album Heart Of Sky, which opens up a little-known world - the farming communities that cultivate and harvest Lebanese Red hashish in the Bekaa valley, between the mountains of eastern Lebanon - and plays in the spaces between documentary and fiction.
Alex Takács aka Young Replicant's first video for Leon Vynehall captures a well-documented period, the American 1950s, around the lives of two waitresses at a New York diner, and makes it fresh
Zak Emerson has created a fascinatingly visceral video for electronica artist Ben Chatwin, using photography in such a stylised way it starts to resemble CGI. In fact, what we are watching is largely in-camera: a human figure that is largely hidden by the viscous liquid that covers them.
Adriaan Louw channels the spirit and chaos of street protest with his gripping video for South African rapper Riky Rick's I Can't Believe It.
Jared Hogan directs another atmospheric visual feast for Joji, as he painfully clings on for dear life.
The images in Hogan's visualisation of Dancing In The Dark are morbidly beautiful: he is bathed in chilling tones of blue and white, while his blood, violently red, seeps from his body. A brutal contrast.
In his new video for Kormac, William Armstrong creates a narrative piece depicting the experience of young man stuck between carefree adolesence and the responsibility of adulthood.