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Watch The Jodorowsky-Tastic Video For FaltyDL’s Remix Of Luke Vibert’s “Stabs Of Regret”

Trippy visuals for this hyperspeed remix.

Photographer Carme Boixadera
November 24, 2014

Luke Vibert's "Stabs of Regret," from his recent album Ridmik, is a typically acid-infused cut from the UK electronic veteran, a low-slung tune that's received quite the hyperspeed remix from NYC whiz kid Andrew Lustman, aka FaltyDL. Lustman's take, a distinctly jungle-leaning remix that serves as a detour from his latest solo LP as FaltyDL, this year's In the Wild, is accompanied by visuals that lean on footage from gonzo-genius filmmaker Alejandro Jodorowsky's 1973 opus The Holy Mountain.

"Luke has obviously had a massive influence on me over the years," Lustman said in an email to FADER. "We became friends in around 09/10. I've been lucky enough to go record shopping with him which is a similar experience to watching the show Supermarket Sweep. 'Take this, you need this, oh this ones good, def grab this... etc' till i leave with 50 hardcore rave records. I digress... With this remix i wanted to use the stab progression he built and rebuild the drums. I'm lucky it worked out, remixing your friend is often a shifty situation. Approval on delivery!"

Vibert's EP that this remix is featured on, Halloween (Part 2), drops December 8 via Hypercolour.

Watch The Jodorowsky-Tastic Video For FaltyDL’s Remix Of Luke Vibert’s “Stabs Of Regret”