Courtney Barnett introduces her new solo record (quite quickly after the release of her team-up with Kurt Vile on the excellent Lotta Sea Lice LP) with Nameless, Faceless and a kooky melange of cut-out fun from Berlin-based animator-director Lucy Dyson.
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Sometimes it's hard being a 3D rubber-clad sex avatar.
This is the first single from Swedish avant-garde pop star Jenny Wilson's new album Exorcism, and the animated video by the Swedish animator Gustaf Holtenäs is a delicately illustrated and, on the face of it, aesthetically pleasing piece. But it also contains true horror.
Director/designer Nik Hill has created a mind-bending 3D animated music video for UK DJ/producer/artist MJ Cole, visualising a track that represents "the dreams and imaginations of a girl wrapped in romance.”
Nadia Lee Cohen teams up with Kali Uchis for a fantastic live action cartoon of the American suburban dream.
A young man, carrying a bagful of loose audiotape, becomes embroiled in a surreal cycle of repetition, with timecode flickering on and off screen and the image fragmenting, in RUFFMERCY's hypnotic video for Nightmares On Wax.
Elliott Sellers' gorgeously trippy take on Cults' Right Words, Natural State comes in two distinct chapters of unreality.