Slick Don gets back together with Broken Antenna for Dat Boi, and the result is a super-inventive and energetic video which elevates Don's performance through some slick, but mostly lo-fi, visual effects.
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Col3trane ponders the shifting and unpredictable sands of time in Oscar Hudson's hallucinatory double video for the teenage R&B singer/rapper's Fear & Loathing and Britney.
Django Django are back, with Tic Tac Toe, and a new video by regular collaborator John Maclean - borther of the bands's drummer and producer David.
In it, Vincent Neff leaves the band's caravan to have a cool, speeded-up English seaside adventure (it was shot in Hastings): a quick successful pool game, fish & chips, a trippy trip on the Ghost Train.
Starting with a landscape shot on a thermal imaging camera, directing team Broken Antenna add elements that make it completely alien, all relating to the title of Toddla T's new track.
LAMAR+NIK return to music videos for this playfully inventive clip for American indie-pop band Deep Sea Diver's See These Eyes, which sees frontwoman (and former Shins guitarist) Jessica Dobson leading a succession of mostly in-camera FX sequences, from its datamoshing opening to T-shirt colour changes to rotating camera moves, to an mysterious cameo by rocker Dave Matthews - wearing a 'Cameo'
Darwin Deez has maintained his excellent reptuation for making creative music videos by collaborating with Oscar Hudson for The Mess She Made, involving a clever visual treat - and lots of international currency. The eye-catching clip plays on the camera perspective and places Darwin into various banknotes, matching his face to numerous historic figures, some you actually may have heard of -
One Direction’s second single from Made in the A.M., has been paired with this beautifully shot monochromatic video by Sophie Muller, shot at New York’s InterContinental Hotel.
Elliott Sellers' new video for Ty Dolla $ign's When I See Ya is all visual euphemisms for lady parts in the form of hallways and wet orchids. Sellers also highlighted Ty's gleaming bedroom eyes, turning them into a visual motif taking the form of an omnipresent gaze, transforming into a third eye on his forehead as well as an all-seeing presence in the night sky...