Tom Dream captures sensual moments from a legendary English summer in his video for the atmospheric pop electronica of Art School Girlfriend.
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Zak Emerson has created a fascinatingly visceral video for electronica artist Ben Chatwin, using photography in such a stylised way it starts to resemble CGI. In fact, what we are watching is largely in-camera: a human figure that is largely hidden by the viscous liquid that covers them.
Big-hitting commercials director Seb Edwards makes a spectacular splash into the world of music videos with this epic visual blockbuster for Jon Hopkins.
Lochlainn McKenna has directed a riveting character study for the Irish electronic artist known as Daithí.
Maddy King's video for Australian electronic duo Moza opens on images of a young motorcyclist gliding through empty roads with a background of white-tipped mountains, an alluring image of freedom. But it turns out that the young man carries a heavy burden.
Weirdcore harks back to the classic works of Chris Cunningham, and even further back than that, with his brilliant video for the title track from Aphex Twin's new EP Collapse.
Featuring projection mapping and CGI, Weirdcore’s mesmerizing film questions the AI theory, imagining how AI would see the world on a trip, and “how a simulation could break and go to next level.”
A young woman dives into a surreal world as she travels on a journey of self-discovery, in the video for Mueller and Roedelius, shot in Morocco by Videodrome.
As she ventures through the city of Marrakesh and into the surrounding desert, she is shadowed by a mysterious figure...
A body with undulating skin, coallesces into a figure that floats, grows and becomes huge, barely contained by the warehouse building that surrounds it, in Máni M. Sigfússon's mesmerising video for the equally hypnotic Odyssey Pt II by Talos.