Kahlil Joseph directs the dramatic and utterly riveting new video for muso-darling FKA Twigs‘ single ‘Video Girl’. Shot on gritty black and white film, Joseph’s muse delivers an impassioned performance while witnessing (her lovers?) federal execution. Gorgeously pieced together, the 4:33 film cuts in and out of an uncompromising narrative full of suspense and beautiful tension.

FKA Twigs is up for the 2014 Barclaycard Mercury Music Prize tonight, lets hope she takes home the gold.

A couple of weeks ago, South London’s TÁLÁ shared her latest single ‘Alchemy‘, and we loved it. Today, the singer/producer gives us a visual glimpse into her Middle Eastern roots in the track’s accompanying music video directed by Kate Moross. Amongst shots of sand dunes, snakes and other insects are clips of breathtaking landscapes with the odd snap of TÁLÁ herself.

Following the announcement of his highly anticipated debut album Xen, Venezuelan producer Arca, has shared the music video to ‘Thievery’, the album’s lead single. Teaming up with long-time collaborator Jesse Kanda, the NSFW visual features a CGI-enhanced-woman skankin’ in tandem to the songs demented flow. “Captivating” is the word here. Kim K can’t do that.

Oh yeah, and if you didn’t already know – Arca co-produced the new Bjork album. (!!!!!!)

Almost exactly two months ago, SBTRKT perfectly set the tone to his new album with ‘NEW DORP. NEW YORK‘ which features vocals from Vampire Weekend frontman Ezra Koenig. Today the illustrious producer has shared a rather dark and creepy, animated music video which features a panther/lizard-type creature making its way around streets, cars and mist before coming to a rest on a metallic, open arm to recreate the album’s artwork. Check out the visual above, and look out for Wonder Where We Land when it drops next Monday!

Mercury Prize nominee FKA Twigs performed her single ‘Two Weeks’ on Later… With Jools Holland last night – take a look at her ambrosial performance up top. Can’t not love the Rick James hair-homage.

London producer Throwing Shade delivers a trippy new video for her aggressively hyphy single ‘Blanx’. The track, filled with twinkling xylophones, broken hi-hats and a neck breaking beat is visually transcribed into psychedelic colours and shapes that make little sense up close but watch til’ the end to see what it all means…

Acquaint yourself with British three-piece R I T U A L who’ve created quite an atmosphere in ‘The Fall’, their debut single. The trio create an elegant flow of smooth electronics in-between what essentially is, a hip-hop beat whilst filling in with some soulful undertones. Just like the track, the music video too, draws you in with its beautifully shot clips of skies, trees and crashing waves.

I don’t think anyone can release a better album this year than Shabazz Palaces, at least not for me anyway. Everything about Lese Majesty is supreme – from the endless influences they pack into every inch of their material, to their eccentric themes of tribal afro-futurism – it all works like a wonderfully chaotic symphony. Enter then their new video for ‘#CAKE’, masterfully directed by Hiro Murai – a beautiful post-apocalyptic visual that weaves in and out of kaleidoscopic urban landscapes, desolate locations and performance shots. File this next to their Kahlil Joseph directed ‘Black Up’ video (which incidentally was my favourite music video of 2011).

London is gearing up for the biggest and baddest weekend of the year – come rain or shine – and Carnival looms, our girls JUCE have come forth with a beautiful prelude with their new video for ‘Burning Up’. A sun soaked salutation to our glorious city, the video was shot on 16mm at Brixton Splash a couple weeks ago and was directed by Jess Colquhoun, and features a whole host of typically London character portraits. Notting Hill Carnival soon come, but in the mean time – press play and get ready.

With his King of the Fall tour fast approaching, The Weeknd unveils his brand new music video for ‘Often’, marking the third video created with director Sam Pilling. 5 star hotel rooms, beautiful women, girl on girl action – it’s all in there, so perhaps don’t play it in eye shot of your boss. I’ve never considered this to be Abel’s strongest offering but Pilling’s cinematic approach and camera technique builds enough of an atmosphere for me to reconsider my position. Watch up top.

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