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Prince Ness "Grungy Doll" (Johnny Le, Dir.)

Grungy Doll is your kind of cheap date. Portland-based director Johnny Le takes us to a Tokyo apartment, where a boy and girl have a stay-at-home evening with dinner and...

Fun "Why Am I The One" (Jordan Bahat, Dir.)

Lost luggage sucks. But, maybe it sucks even more for the poor, stranded bag. Director Jordan Bahat casts a battered and brown suitcase in the lead role for "Why Am I...

George Watsky "Hey Asshole" (Jackson Adams, Dir.)

The muted b/w look of "Hey Asshole" matches the vibe of a rap tune that sounds sunny, but is really an ode to pessimism. 

Black Pus "1000 Years" (Brian Chippendale, Dir.)

Here's more proof that you should never let your mom throw away your juvenilia: An awesome lo-fi Black Pus video in which musician/illustrator Brian Chippendale...

David Bowie "The Stars (Are Out Tonight)" (Floria Sigismondi, Dir.)

The siren song of rock 'n' roll comes calling again for David Bowie, tempting him from his "nice life" with his lovely wife into something filled...

Lianne La Havas "Gone" (Colin Solal Cardo, Dir.)

Director Colin Solal Cardo hails from La Blogoteque, which specializes in performance videos that truly capture the sense of discovery and surprise that usually gets lost in...

R5 "Loud" (Ryan Pallotta, Dir.)

Pop/rock band R5 have no problems drawing a crowd for a rooftop performance shot at sunset.

Ryan Patrick Cummings "What Was It?" (Ryan Patrick Cummings, Dir.)

Dance artist Ryan Patrick Cummings pays homage to graphic designer Peter Corriston — best know for creating the album art for Physical Graffiti, Some Girls and...

Interactive alpha channel Tanlines Video

The interface for this interactive Tanlines video by OKFocus will be familiar if you've ever fumbled around with Photoshop. Insert layers, swap backgrounds, use...

Matt & Kim "It's Alright"

Matt & Kim spend a restless night in bed, tumbling and gringing in synchronicity. And no, it's nowhere near as dirty as that sounds.