A musician tries to express his thoughts onto paper in new director Riffy Powerz' stop-frame/live action promo for French artist Digitale Sanguine's Rythmes Digitales.
Röyksopp’s Happy Up Here by Reuben Sutherland
The new Röyksopp video is a wonderful thing: Space Invaders meets Mars Attacks meets Transformers... But above all else, it's all about Reuben Sutherland, New Zealand-born master of CGI.
Aliens lurk in beautiful outdoor ad hoardings, and the only one defending the world is a little Trabant-type car. But then Reuben likes cars, and roads and billboards, as he's shown with his work with Phoenix Foundation.
Nobody makes an unbelievably super-real auto-metropolis quite like him.
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Jamie Thraves expertly translates the lyrics about the pressures of modern living in Rizzle Kicks' Lost Generation, with a lighthearted and satirical video about modern life today for …
Taken from her Invisible Empire // Crsecent Moon set, KT Tunstall joins forces with Alex Kemp for the promo to the album version of Feel It All - premiered on the The Telegraph website.
Daniel Askill does a fine job of visualising the orchestral experimentalism of These New Puritans in this panoramic, parallax-viewed journey for Fragment Two. Made in conjunction with The …
In the video for Jessi Williams & Coyote, co-directed by Kimberly Stuckwisch and Melora Donoghue, the dreamlike atmosphere is matched to the physical and metaphorical …
A mere twenty-seven years since they last worked together, Sophie Muller directs Shakespears Sister. And it's a total joy.
Rescue Me, OneRepublic’s highly anticipated new single, gets a wonderful video directed by Christian Lamb, and choreographed by Sherrie Silver, about a young boy who brings a combination …
Bingo rivalry gets fierce, and then gets a musical makeover in Talk Talk Talk, Eoin Glaister's latest for C Duncan - and the follow-up to Impossible.
Things get bouncy, and then acrobatic, in Grant Taylor's video for Stanton Warriors summer house tune Up2U, when a group of friends find a load of mattresses on their way home. As you do.
Beatrix Blaise uses costume, makeup and dance to capture the themes of uncertainty of new love, human sensitivity and boundaries in her video for I Am Boleyn.