An intimate performance video with Sampha at a piano, and a dancer leaving chemtrails as she twirls. That said, the more intoxicating version is the 360 one, which uses the same set-up, but takes place entirely from Sampha's POV.
Two predestined lovers awaken from an embryonic underwater slumber to fight against the currents and find each other. Did I mention that it's underwater and absolutely beautiful? Oh, and the vocal is by somebody named Beyonce who I think might have a future in the music business.
Imagine our national anthem was Bastille's new single "Oblivion" and you were tasked with singing it prior to a demolition derby. Tough gig, right? Well, not if you're Sophie Turner, who has been through way more precarious situations as Sansa Stark on Game Of Thrones.
Do Not Try This At Home. Or practically anywhere else, for that matter. Ukranian daredevil/free climber Mustang Wanted showcases his skills around Belgrade, Serbia, for this EDM romp by Austria's Klangkarussell. You might wanna take some anti-vertigo pills before watching.
By recording and sampling the rhythmic sounds made by the shoe-making machinery at Clarks HQ, DOOM was able to create a remix of his track BOOKHEAD, which was first released in 2013. The inspiration for this track and music video was sparked after DOOM was commissioned as an Originals Pioneer, an exceptional partnership that has brought the minds of fashion and music together once again. The video was conceived and directed by London duo Charlie Robins and Joe Alexander. [from YouTube]
1950s style meets 2010s attitude in King Krule's latest, an ode to Hitchcock's Dial M for Murder. Don't know the exact meaning of what a "lizard state" is, but maybe it involves seeing things from a different angle.
A mixtape of a music video, which matches the modular underpinnings of EDM, that also hits a groove several times to show the release possible once Chase & Status hits the stage (augmented by hitting other substances).
Just when you though Data-Moshing had gone the way of the fish-eye lens... it returns. The trick here is how it's used strategically and amongst various other effects to create the trippiest video kaleidoscope you may have ever seen.