Category Archives: Music Video

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White Shadows: Give Up Give Out Give In

Drink in the bizarre, dreamlike imagery of this music video for the band White Shadows, led by Craig Nicholls of The Vines.


Madonna: Ghosttown

Madonna is rocking a new Stevie Nicks kind of style in this post-apocalyptic video directed by Jonas Åkerlund and co-starring Terrence Howard.


Run the Jewels: Close Your Eyes (And Count to F**k)

Hip-hop duo Run the Jewels — El-P and Killer Mike — had director AG Rojas of Park Pictures make this video for their 2014 album's most incendiary track (lyrics definitely NSFW), which features guest Zach de la Rocha of Rage Against the … more »


RHODES: Turning Back Around

Director Callum Cooper (via production company Good Egg) deployed custom-built rigs allowing him to dunk a highly mobile camera over and over in this music video for British singer-songwriter RHODES.


Charli XCX: Famous

Charli XCX is known for belting out catchy, rhythmic pop tunes, but her new music video, directed by Eric Wareheim (of Tim and Eric), starts out as a sunny soufflé and morphs into something genuinely disturbing. Aaron Platt was the cinematographer, Tim Nackashi … more »


Grimes: REALiTi

Singer-songwriter-producer Grimes said she directed and edited this video — keyed to a demo track from her unreleased "lost album" — as a thank-you to fans who saw her Asian tour. The DP was her brother, Mac Boucher. 


Eclectic Method: Light Saber

Remixer extraordinaire Eclectic Method samples the sounds of an elegant weapon for a more civilized edge in this cut-up-and-paste-together dubstep take on the Star Wars movies.


Florence + the Machine: What Kind of Man

Musician Florence Welch collaborated with director Vincent Haycock of Park Pictures and choreographer Ryan Heffington on the NSFW (brief nudity) music video for "What Kind of Man." It's part of "the Odyssey of Big Blue," a Haycock-directed campaign including music videos, live shows, and … more »


Taylor Swift “Style”

It's all light and shadow, reflections and projections — and a hint of True Detective's opening titles — in the third music video from Taylor Swift's runaway hit album 1989. It's directed by Kyle Newman (Fanboys) with cinematography by Alex Disenhof. 


Death Cab for Cutie: Black Sun

Death Cab for Cutie goes behind the scenes of an action film to find out what really lives inside the stuntman's heart in this slow-motion video for "Black Sun." Recent DNA signee Robert Hales was the director, Todd Banhazl the cinematographer and David … more »