An example of an Amplification music video is Paramore's 'Anklebiters' music video. In this part of the song, the lyrics "What do you actually expect a broken mirror to reflect" have been shown by the rose jumping through the mirror, while trying to get away from the "anklebiters" that are seen throughout the video. This is a more abstract way of expressing the lyrics in the song. We could use this in our music video to make the video look more creative and abstract by using more effects and 'thinking outside the box' to express our lyrics.
An example of a Disjuncture music video is 'Da Funk' by Daft Punk. The music video is more like a film rather than a music video, instead of lyrics and lip-synching, there is dialogue. The music video also does not cut to the beat. We do not know whether the lead singer was dressed up as the dog or whether he was an actor but this is not generally how Daft Punk were seen. We could create a disjuncture music video by using off-beat editing to disorientate the viewers and we could look very different from how the band are expected to look.
Another band who could be used as an example are 'Versailles', a J-Rock band who dress like French aristocrats. This would attract more people to listen to their music because they would be curious of their style of costume and then their sound. If we wanted to create a disjuncture music video, we could dress up slightly different from the norm to catch people's attention.