1. Flying Lotus “Never Catch Me ft Kendrick Lamar” (dir. Hiro Murai)

    Hiro Murai continues his amazing run of videos this year with this beautiful and provocative clip for Flying Lotus “Never Catch Me” which seems to be a continuation of the life-and-death themes explored in FlyLo’s “Until The Quiet Comes" video.

    Flying Lotus “Never Catch Me ft Kendrick Lamar” (dir. Hiro Murai)

    Hiro Murai continues his amazing run of videos this year with this beautiful and provocative clip for Flying Lotus “Never Catch Me” which seems to be a continuation of the life-and-death themes explored in FlyLo’s “Until The Quiet Comes" video.

  2. Clipping “Inside Out” (dir. Carlos Lopez Estrada)

    Carlos Lopez Estrada directs this highly imaginative video for Clipping's “Inside Out” that features an unbroken shot of a headless body with a series of thematically appropriate head replacements.

    Clipping “Inside Out” (dir. Carlos Lopez Estrada)

    Carlos Lopez Estrada directs this highly imaginative video for Clipping's “Inside Out” that features an unbroken shot of a headless body with a series of thematically appropriate head replacements.

  3. Chromeo “Old 45s” (dir. Dugan O’Neal)

    Chromeo's new video starts as a parody of 80's music video tropes with hot babes and motorcycle dudes in a roadside diner and then out of nowhere, there's Napoleon Dynamite starting a bar brawl? I don’t understand it, but I like it. Dugan O’Neal directs.

    Chromeo “Old 45s” (dir. Dugan O’Neal)

    Chromeo's new video starts as a parody of 80's music video tropes with hot babes and motorcycle dudes in a roadside diner and then out of nowhere, there's Napoleon Dynamite starting a bar brawl? I don’t understand it, but I like it. Dugan O’Neal directs.

  4. Crystal Kay “Dum Ditty Dumb” (dir. Tani Ikeda & Laura Yilmaz)

    An astonishing and vibrant animated / live action hybrid video with some truly gorgeous hand drawn effects. Tani Ikeda & Laura Yilmaz direct.

    Crystal Kay “Dum Ditty Dumb” (dir. Tani Ikeda & Laura Yilmaz)

    An astonishing and vibrant animated / live action hybrid video with some truly gorgeous hand drawn effects. Tani Ikeda & Laura Yilmaz direct.

  5. Brunettes Shoot Blondes “Knock Knock” (dir. Brunettes Shoot Blondes)

    Ukranian band Brunettes Shoot Blondes self direct this fantastic video which makes very clever use of Apple technology with animations jumping from one iDevice to another.

    Brunettes Shoot Blondes “Knock Knock” (dir. Brunettes Shoot Blondes)

    Ukranian band Brunettes Shoot Blondes self direct this fantastic video which makes very clever use of Apple technology with animations jumping from one iDevice to another.

  6. Les Sins “Bother” (dir. HARRYS)

    An inflatable air dancer travels to various surprising locations in this highly entertaining and fresh video for Chaz Bundick of Toro y Moi’s side project Les Sins.

    Les Sins “Bother” (dir. HARRYS)

    An inflatable air dancer travels to various surprising locations in this highly entertaining and fresh video for Chaz Bundick of Toro y Moi’s side project Les Sins.

  7. Wolvves “White on White” (dir. Daniel Gomes)

    London director Daniel Gomes creates an exquisite black-and white video full of striking, fanciful imagery that perfectly matches Wolvves ferocious track.

    Wolvves “White on White” (dir. Daniel Gomes)

    London director Daniel Gomes creates an exquisite black-and white video full of striking, fanciful imagery that perfectly matches Wolvves ferocious track.

  8. Paolo Nutini “Iron Sky” (dir. Daniel Wolfe)

    The last time I featured director Daniel Wolfe was for his The Shoes “Time To Dance" video which starred Jake Gyllenhaall as a serial killer, and he’s back with another rousing, cinematic video filled with stunning, haunting visuals, this time taking place in a drug-fueled, dystopian future.

    Paolo Nutini “Iron Sky” (dir. Daniel Wolfe)

    The last time I featured director Daniel Wolfe was for his The Shoes “Time To Dance" video which starred Jake Gyllenhaall as a serial killer, and he’s back with another rousing, cinematic video filled with stunning, haunting visuals, this time taking place in a drug-fueled, dystopian future.