Neo-funk, disco revivalist Jamie Lidell adds some visual sparkle to his Prince-like bounce, in the form of sequins, dance-routines and damn fine pizzazz in the video for Big Love, by director/editor Michael Carter and shot by Dustin Lane.
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Forget the fact that Robyn's hit album Body Talk Pt. 2 was released three years ago. Some videos are just worth waiting for. Like one where Robyn and Snoop Dogg swap genders, strike up a motley friendship in London, practice dance moves in a teenage bedroom, tend a questionable botanical greenhouse, and ride or die together in a bright red, old-school Volvo.
Oh, CANADA. You cinematic marvels of the music video. You connoisseurs of cool. Every time whispers and rumours of a new CANADA film circulate through the creative community, we all know we're in for a treat.
Will Kindrick has directed, edited and nearly everything elsed the wonderful life-affirming video for London-based Korean DJ Postino's I Love It – starring the irrepressible, unstoppable Darla Jacobs, ably assisted by little Jonas Anthony Rubio, in a couple of weird customized animal suits.
You'll love it. It's where the wild kids are. And a great video for the 4th of July...
The most entertaining trip to the barber's you'll ever have... Philip Andelman presents this amazing promo for Duck Sauce's It's You, translating the barbershop quartet-feel of the track to excellent effect.
Cyriak Harris's 'brain-spill' style may have suggested that creating an indie-band performance video might be a challenge too far. Well, so much for that theory. The After Effects magician-genius, gets hold of Bloc Party and deconstructs the heck out of their performance of Ratchet - until he just about redefines the performance video.
The word epic is thrown around frequently and carelessly when describing music videos, commercials and films. Sometimes it's a well deserved adjective, other times a quick trip to the local thesaurus for the 'okay' entry would be more suitable.
The return of the mighty Pixies with Bagboy unleashes a video by LA-based duo LAMAR+NIK about a young lad with a extremely well-developed appetite for destruction - involving smoke bombs, milk, balloons, and a whole lot of teenage attitude. Like the track, it's unrelenting - and very enjoyable.
Sure wouldn't want to be that kid when his mom gets home...