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Alex and LianeAlex and Liane

Alex Courtes and Liane Siebenhaar, known simply as Alex & Liane, made an indelible mark on the music video industry through their innovative storytelling and eclectic style. They are the masterminds behind several boundary-pushing music videos that attracted worldwide attention, including "D.A.N.C.E" by Justice, "Golden Skans" by Klaxons, and "Something Good '08" by Utah Saints. These videos, though starkly different in style, share the creative thread of blending surrealist elements with music, a dash of nostalgia and a pinch of pop culture chaos.

One couldn't discuss Alex & Liane's work without mentioning their multiple collaborations with dance-punk duo Scissor Sisters. They created ninja-inspired moves and otherworldly themes in "She's My Man" and took us on an outrageous saunter through New York City in "Kiss You Off." Another intriguing note - Alex drew from his Parisian roots for the eye-popping visuals in the Justice's "D.A.N.C.E" video, reminiscent of the iconic animated French film "The Triplets of Belleville."

The duo also proved their versatility by venturing into live concert screening, most prominently displayed in the Black Eyed Peas' "The E.N.D. World Tour". It's noteworthy that in Primal Scream's "Can't Go Back", they took the viewer on a trip into a twisted horror movie. They successfully combined shock value with captivating visuals, subverting traditional video concepts and changing how we perceive music videos altogether.

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