OSCAR HUDSON_YOUNG FATHERS HOLY GHOST MUSIC VIDEO | STASH MAGAZINE

Digging Up Dead Bodies with the Young Fathers

UK director Oscar Hudson’s quest for completely fresh ways to capture your attention continues with this left field music video called “Holy Ghost” for Scottish trio Young Fathers – shot with an ultra long range military grade thermal surveillance camera. [Read more]

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Moaning “Misheard” Music Video by Steve Smith

Los Angeles animator Steve Smith extends the vibrant and surreal 3D style he’s used in broadcast work for Adult Swim and MTV into a full three and a half minutes of engaging whimsy for the single “Misheard” by LA trio Moaning. [Read more]

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Chaka Khan “Like Sugar” Music Video

Somesuch director Kim Gehrig fuses the talents of French choreographer Olivier Casamayou, Trim editor Fouad Gaber, and a compact Framestore VFX crew into a riveting music promo for R&B legend Chaka Khan guaranteed to jump-start your mood. [Read more]

RUFF MERCY_HAND LOOP 3 HAND LOOP 03 Lied von der Sehnsucht music video | STASH MAGAZINE

HAND “Loop 3” Music Video by Ruffmercy

If you’re up for a few minutes of pure ambient abstraction then we suggest a peek at the latest work from UK director/animator Ruffmercy, a hand-rendered and constantly evolving painting for HAND, aka Berlin musician Sascha Bachmann. [Read more]

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Sigrid “Focus” Music Video by Moth Studio

Moth Studio: “Island Records and Sigrid approached us with the idea of creating a music video that dealt with heartache in an unconventional way.” [Read more]

Jedi Mind Tricks "Marciano's Reign" feat. Scott Stallone Bo Mathorne | STASH MAGAZINE

Jedi Mind Tricks “Marciano’s Reign” feat. Scott Stallone by Bo Mathorne

“Emotional” and “heartwarming” are not words often associated with music videos for hip hop artists but Bo Mathorne’s new film for “Marciano’s Reign” by Philadelphia’s Jedi Mind Tricks proves a welcome exception. [Read more]