KLVDR makes behind the scenes part of the video in this slick joint for Krept & Konan. He adds some heightened reality, that pumps an element of drama into their performance of Wrongs with guest artist Jhené Aiko. And it's delivered in a gorgeous noir grade.
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Will Mayer turns a very tangible fear into an existential threat in his haunting video for Bad Bad Not Good.
A man sits in a car, inexorably filling up with water. When he escapes, he then find himself in another situation where rising waters could engulf him at any moment.
Ian Roderick Gray helms an action-packed tribute to classic movie dance routines for Charlie Winston's The Weekend, orchestrating a continuous shot through different set-ups on a film set with clever sleight-of-hand.
New Pulse signing Paco Ratera follows up his thrlling video for Gaika with a real top-notch horror show for GRAVEDGR.
Raterta's nerve-shredding homage to the slasher genre features the requisite relentless psychopathic killer- this one marked out by his unusual (but highly appropriate) weapon: a gravedigger's spade.
She has been one of the UK's top music video producers for years, and is the co-founder and executive producer of PRETTYBIRD in the UK. Now Juliette Larthe has made a surprising and very welcome move into music video directing, with a wonderful video for an awesome song from Spiritualized's new album, And Nothing Hurt.
Shades of an Anton Corbijn classic for Nirvana as new Director/DOP duo Our World Is Grey team up with Neck Deep on their latest single for Don't Wait.
It's a surreal and bleak portrayal of loss of innocence, peppered with political sentiments and symbolism, with stylish art direction (Jess Morgan at Jam Studio), and wrapped in a nostalgic non-heart shaped box.
Stephen Agnew repairs to an English country pile with Isaac Gracey and an increasingly wacky collection of vintage recording equipment.
Jared Hogan has created a series of simple but hugely striking portraits of ordinary people for alt-country artist HC McEntire's heartfelt Baby's Got The Blues.
The subjects are all connected to Heather (HC) McEntire, and some of them also become her fellow performers...
Christine & The Queens returns with the hugely catchy Girlfriend, and a new street urchin-style look which fits perfectly with the idea for the Jordan Bahat's video, inspired by the amazing photography of New York skyscraper construction workers in the 1920s and '30s.
Brendan Cleaves takes us on an atmospheric and surreal roadtrip with East London psych-rock outfit Saint Agnes for their slowburning rumble The Witching Hour.
It's evocative of numerous classic films where dodgy back projection just adds to the spectacle, with band members - and other mysterious passengers - sometimes there, sometimes not...