Doug Porter

Aurora "Animal" (Tim Mattia, dir.)

Norwegian songstress Aurora psychically and metaphorically breaks free from her cage, erupting into a passionate performance which finds herself in a vibrant club.

Mattia was very complimentary of Aurora, saying “it was great to be invited to go inside Aurora’s head for a little bit of time while we worked on this project together. It was a hugely collaborative experience, and I think that can be seen on screen, as our ideas and aesthetics melded together to create the video.”

Oyinda "Serpentine" (PussyKrew, dir.)

What starts as a starkly beautyiful b/w video takes a turn into even bolder sci-fi territory in this latest from Pussykrew.

Pussykrew, directors: "We were trying to construct a visual experience outside of the standard music video language. We’ve created a visual piece based on the mood of the track and our imaginary virtual space. It’s a combination of live action and CGI -a sensual and intimate sci-fi story, where Oyinda is transcending into an alter reality (or expanded reality) in the post-future fluid universe."

The Child of Lov "One Day" (Christine Yuan, dir.)

Via SPIN: "Before his passing, [Cole] Williams recorded a video for his Damon Albarn collaboration and The Child of Lov highlight "One Day." The video shows a young woman planning a date with her man —cooking dinner, setting the table, and showering after a gratifying tumble between the sheets — as the song's solemn march boils below. It's not until the end that the creepy reality of her world settles in: Her partner isn't exactly all there."