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The Peppers "Hot Caramel (Soulwax remix)" (Arnaud Bresson, dir.)

Be forewarned: There will be blood and absurdity a'plenty in this self-defence video that seems aimed at would-be, but never will-be anarchists.

It supports the relaunch of Sirocco Records by French music house Tele Music via a series of remixes and collaborations. The first out the gate is this Soulwax re-imagining of the 1974 track "Hot Caramel" by The Peppers.

A$AP Rocky "Everyday" (Emmanuel Cossu, Fleur & Manu, dir.)

Every good Hollywood story starts with a body in a pool, whether it be Sunset Boulevard or this new A$AP Rocky video with Miguel, Mark Ronson and Rod Stewart. The Sunset/A$AP connections don't stop there either, as it slowly becomes clear that "Everyday" is also about an aging star who's staying ready — by any magical, or surgical means available — for when that spotlight returns.