Creativity blossomed in April, suggesting that this may be a bumper year for music videos.
Videos Of The Month - July 2018
Our favourite videos of a sizzling July include Jodeb's phenomenally mysterious and gripping Jack White video (above), Dave Meyers' latest for Ariane Grande, Fred Rowson's short film for Years & Years, Colin Solal Cardo's Christine and the Queens, and a masterful return by Jean-Baptiste Mondino for Lenny Kravitz.
Plus a brilliant video for Becky and the Birds by Geej Ower, Vegas weirdness with Aaron Brown and Ben Chappell for Arctic Monkeys, mad goings-on in Mexico City with Gerardo Naranjo for Interpol, Chris Saunders video for Rudimental & Major Lazer in Joburg and London, David Wilson's Dita von Teese & Seb Tellier, Ryan Heffington directing and starring for Fleet Foxes. And much much more...
Two months into 2019, and we're clocking up some very good work, from Dexter Navy's latest collab with A$AP Rocky to Low Country hip-hop artist Zwanger Guy's eyecatching videos.
No hanging about in 2019. You guys have hit the ground running with an unusually strong start to the year in terms of the output of music vids.
Another playlist on the video output of 2018, and this is the one that's all about the final month of the year. As the holiday season loomed, December was the month that saw a customary …
FKA Twigs presents a surprising but nonetheless dazzling performance of her new song Cellophane.
Director/DoP Kristen Griffin's video for Chaouche's song Progression channels inspirations of Ophelia, Kate Bush, and Studio Ghibli - an atmospheric gothic fantasy that was …
Big Heath bounces into people, and takes over their bodies - having more fun in some than he does in others - in this rollicking vehicle for the lovable London rapper's new tune Bouncy, …
This is a problematic and disturbing video for Heavyweight Records' newest recruits Sludge by Norwegian director Kenneth Karlsbad.
GIRLI returns with this entertaining song-and-dance interpretation of her violent moodswings directed by regular collaborator Vasilisa Forbes.
Twenty-five years ago, Soul Asylum's Runaway Train music video aired on MTV. Moving and gritty, the video directed by Tony Kaye showed images of actual missing children, 21 of whom were …