Rave meets The Matrix, performed by Sweden's freshest rap duo Bennett, in Henrik Hanson's subterranean video for Pose.
The Raconteurs 'Sunday Driver' by Steven Sebring
The second video for The Raconteurs' new double A-side single, together with Now That You're Gone, is a performance transformed by the artistic and technical wizardry of photographer, filmmaker and inventor Steven Sebring.
The video employs a technique he's devised in his studio over a number of years, predominantly in his exhibition Revolution, which he has described as a “unique method of recording dimension light and movement” that he calls the “fourth dimension”, referencing Marcel Duchamp's statement that "the three dimensional world as we know it is the projection of the four-dimensional universe."
And Jack White is wearing some very snazzy gold jeans and shoes in this one.
|1st AD||Ariel Garcia|
|Production Assistant||Gregory Vogel|
|Other credits||Camera Technician: David Hunt Lighting Technician: Nick Jones|
"Modern love is limitless" in this subversive, near-future video directed by Bradley&Pablo.
Dashing the hopes of alt-righters everywhere that she's their secret queen, Taylor nails her colours to the mast and embraces the LGBTQ community, in the video for You Need To Calm Down.
Andrew Sandler delivers a powerful piece of emo-rock fun, with three of today's most talked about artists - Machine Gun Kelly, Yungblud and Travis Barker - for I Think I'm Okay.
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Phil Lee, longtime video commissioner at XL Recordings, who departed the label at the end of last …
Wash, the London-based grading and finishing studio, have announced that Caroline Morin has joined …
The UK Music Video Awards for 2019 is now open!
FRIEND have announced the signing of two US-based directors for UK representation, at different …
It's June, and that can only mean one thing... it's time to launch the UKMVAs!