Music videos of the month

A new crop of brilliant music videos for your pleasure – first up is artist/filmmaker Doug Aitken’s promo for LCD Soundsystem’s Someone Great.

A new crop of brilliant music videos for your pleasure – first up is artist/filmmaker Doug Aitken‘s promo for LCD Soundsystem’s Someone Great.

Next up, Mark Ronson meddles with another classic, this time Bob Dylan’s Most Likely You’ll Go Your Way (And I’ll Go Mine). Rupert Jones provides the video, which references classic Dylan film clips from over the years.

Timothy Saccenti‘s latest for Animal Collective’s Peacebone features some good ol’ fashioned alien loving.

Tom Haines directs this quirky space epic for Tuung’s Bullets.

Jaron Albertin‘s promo for Emily Haines’ new track Our Hell uses thermal cameras to beautiful effect.

Finally, a trailer for the latest chapters in R Kelly’s hip-hopera Trapped In The Closet. It may be the most confusing epic to emerge in rap, but is essential comedy viewing nonetheless.

As ever, please post links to other great videos we may have missed in the comments box below.

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