Bastille What You Gonna Do? music video | STASH MAGAZINE

Bastille “What You Gonna Do?” ft. Graham Coxon Music Video by Reza Dolatabadi

Now based in London, Iranian-born director/animator Reza Dolatabadi hit the Stash radar in 2009 with his remarkable grad film “Khoda” (featured in Stash 52) – his latest work is a visually berserk promo for English indie pop band Bastille. [Read more]

Moby My Only Love music video by Zombie | STASH MAGAZINE

Moby “My Only Love” Music Video by Zombie Studio

Director Paulo Garcia and the crew at Zombie Studio in São Paulo engage all their 3D and narrative talents to help Moby pull attention to the increasing problem of Amazon deforestation with this video for a cover of Roxy Music’s ​”My Only Love”. [Read more]

DABDA Journey music video | STASH MAGAZINE

DABDA “Journey” Music Video by Swim

The four members of South Korean band DABDA describe their music as “pastel psychedelic” while reviewers categorize them into post-rock and math rock, but no matter the label their exuberant new video by swim studio in Seoul makes for fun viewing. [Read more]

Future Islands For Sure music video by Sam Mason | STASH MAGAZINE

Future Island “For Sure” Music Video by Sam Mason

Hornet Director Sam Mason conquers production restrictions during quarantine by using a video game controller to generate real-time racing sequences in this full-CG music video for Baltimore synthpop band Future Islands. [Read more]

Bronson Keep Moving music video | STASH MAGAZINE

StyleWar “Keep Moving” in Bronson Music Video

Corporate stock footage is hilarious enough on it’s but in this video for electronic supergroup Bronson, Smuggler directors StyleWar, The Mill, and editor Noah Herzog push the genre to a brilliant new extreme. [Read more]

Dermot Kennedy Giants music video by Trizz | STASH MAGAZINE

Dermot Kennedy “Giants” Music Video by Oriol Puig

Working thru Blinkink in London, director Oriol Puig and the Trizz crew in Barcelona pull together CG and live-action sequences during lockdown to craft a sweeping and surreal video for Irish singer-songwriter Dermot Kennedy. [Read more]