RUFFMERCY sprinkles his own brand of stardust over Alex Ebert's meanderings in his hometurf for a very enjoyable collaboration to accompany Broken Record, the new release by Ebert (aka Alexander, aka Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros). The result is surely one of the few videos created in both Bristol and New Orleans.
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Miniature Rex and Benny chill and perform together in stop-motion from their dreamy living room that comes to life to the sound of their tune Loving Is Easy, in Chris Ullens's latest animation.
RUFFMERCY applies the trademark style to some "out-of-date soft porn" for Ross Harris's new project Teardrop Estates, and it is utterly fab.
Have you ever wondered what would happen if a hen party to Blackpool (or another English seaside town) was given a 1940s animation makeover? No, neither have I. But The Sacred Egg have done it anyway, for Powell's Wormhole, and proved it's a marvellously way to celebrate a quaintly British night out.
It's not easy to assume control over someone else's property and make it distinctive, but Noah Harris manages it with his 'Visualiser' for Gorillaz.
He puts them in a 16-bit Japanese arcade game with guest vocalist Little Simz and achieves the right blend of doom, comedy and graphic invention. Jamie Hewlett won't be disappointed.
JP Cooper & Stormzy's Momma's Prayers has inspired this graphic novel-influenced video by Ben Adam-Harris.
Make like it’s the late 80’s with this surprising and excellent latecomer video for KT Tunstall’s impactful collaborative song ‘Two Way’, featuring guitar-slaying, perma-hat-wearing, swoonesome James Bay, taken from her latest album release ‘KIN’.