Brook LInder has directed the adorablest, cutest music video in the world ever for Beck. No, really.
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Kieran Evans’ longstanding creative collaboration with the Manic Street Preachers continues with this promo for International Blue – the first single from the band's forthcoming album Resistance Is Futile – shot in Nice in France, birthplace of artist Yves Klein, and inspiration for a song described by MSP's Nicky Wire as the European sequel to their early 90s hit Motorcycle Emptiness
Ciaran Lyons' latest video for Leeds rock outfit Hookworms examines a young salaryman's unexceptional routine, in all it's repetition and its minor variations - and lack of personal interaction - with a characteristic graphic sensibility and dry wit.
Timbuktu band Songhoy Blues's collaboration with Iggy Pop gets the coolest treatment by animator Alden Volney.
A series of trademark Volney-esque animated loops captures the mood and spirit of Sahara - a combination of majestic African landscapes and wildlife, banal Western consumerism, iconic guitar-playing and the unmistakeably sinuous body of The Ig.
Pasqual Guiterrez delicately weaves three emotionally-charged vignettes at a time of great uncertainty and mounting fear, in Jack White's powerful Connected by Love.
Down at Bar Lolita, the house band - a trio of girl robots - need to be kept from hurting the customers by powerful lazers. But they are getting restless and the lazer's on the blink.
Stand by for some manga-style action beautfully rendered by Mason London (aka illustrator Joe Prytherch) for Brighton art project turned punk band Dream Wife.
Double Ninja (aka Thomas Vernay) brings an appealing Metal Hurlant style to this cartoon adventure for Mystery Skulls.
A retro-futurist city in the desert is the backdrop for this animated story of two hero fighters commanding giant robots who come together to destroy an enemy who ravages the city.