Young Hungarian animator Péter Vácz has created a symbolic stop-motion animated story of great beauty and classic style for James' All I'm Saying, in which a man in a wolf's …
Shugo Tokumaru 'Katachi' by Kijek / Adamski
Polish animation duo Katarzyna Kijek and Przemyslaw Adamski have a knack of manipulating everyday materials in ingenious ways - from their stop motion work with cut-up paper for Oi Va Voi, to their remarkable video for Polish jazzer Tomasz Stanko, created from 1km of yarn and a bunch of flashlights.
But Kijek / Adamski's video for Japanese artist Shugo Tokumaru arguably surpasses anything they've done previously. In keeping with the songtitle Katachi - Japanese for 'shape' - they've created a physical timeline of ever-changing shapes, with approximately 2000 cutout silhouettes. Katarzyna and Przemyslaw describe it as "an everlasting chain of convulsive memories".
Not only is it a technical triumph - the shapes were made from PVC plates, using a computer-controlled cutter - the progression in the video is completely mesmerising from start to finish. Brilliant.
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 …
James's Moving On is not only a triumphant return to form for the Manchester band, it's accompanied by a wonderful music video. It's a remarkable work of stop-motion …
Alden Volney does a great job with this video for Childhood's Falls Away, promoting the artist in a creative and fun way thus spreading their music further. He uses a number of …
A great, slowburning performance video for Foals by Aaron Brown, aka Focus Creeps.
The annual campfest that is Eurovision takes place tomorrow night (May 18th) in Tel Aviv. But will there be anything on it as good as the first Eurovision song created by Artificial Intelligence?
Participatory music video by Amsterdam-based artist and interactive pioneer Roel Wouters, where you upload images with your phone that make up the world.
Written initially as a response to the Grenfell Tower disaster, Whenyoung's The Others is about a broken social system that favours the rich and ignores the needs of the vulnerable.
Neo-soul boyband Rak-Su bring an out-of-date Shopping Centre to life in this enjoyable spoof on the American-romance-meets-spy-thriller genre - if that ever was a genre - by Harry …
David M. Helman's ambitious four-part video for new artist shey baba reflects upon the ages of one man, his memories, transcending the past, and finding love.