Ian Robertson. Get By, for Delta Heavy's forthcoming album, Down The Rabbit Hole, destroys more games and toys in four minutes than my kids did in a lifetime. And I'm not talking stuffing scrabble pieces down the back of the sofa, I'm talking smashing the square plastic letters to dust and feeding the debris into a mincer so the whole glossy whole is mush. And revelling in it. In short, the video is superb - genuinely merciless and so slick in its devastation. No toys were hurt in the making of this motion picture. Rubbish. They were annihilated in chillingly iced blood. You will doubtless have gathered that I was blow away by this stop motion film. The ingenuity and planning that goes into the production is more than first class. Setting up the scenes must have taken an age and they are so deftly executed and filmed. Destruction can be a work of art. Annie Ward gave us the illustrations, Matt Cameron the visual effects and finishing. Ian's fabulous music video will be the second to be featured here in two days.