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.
If the subway according to The Avalanches sounds awesome (it does), then it's a no-brainer that the video would present a transportation system that's more like a hedonistic feel-good club (yes, it's a wee bit NSFW) than the maddening, stressful reality of most underground commutes.
You could try to figure out what everything means in this strange video, or you could just enjoy the almost neverending series of bizarre performance set-ups. In other words: Hard to understand, easy to love.
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.