In the original video for Rusko's "Everyday," director Jason Miller offered up a visually arresting tour of desolate Salton Sea Beach -- a deserted area California that's pockmarked with salt flats and salt lakes -- to go with Rusko's dizzying dub-step anthem "Everyday." The video and track were so killer, Rusko teamed up with Belgian producer Netsky to re-jigger the jam and hired up-and-coming director Rollz Royce to offer up a new visual accompaniment. Confused yet? Check out his crazily psychedelic video for "Everyday (Netsky Remix)" here.
California-based video whiz Rollz Royce -- who has directed clips by Blaqstarr in the past -- takes the original footage (trailer parks, seemingly lonely denizens of Salton Sea Beach lazing about) and funnels it through some sort of psychedelic kaleidoscope, with a heavy palette of washed out colors and incredibly quick cuts.
WATCH: Rusko, "Everyday (Netsky Remix)"