When The Cult released its latest albumBeyond Good and Evil last June, The New York Times called it a “cleansing blast of noise.” For the tour of the same name, LD Ernesto Corti provided the cleansing blast of light. Corti first started lighting shows in his home country of Argentina back in 1982, at the age of 14, in the production and sound end of touring. Speaking about working on some of his favorite tours, with such bands as Lords of Acid, he says, “I always try to relate to the ...
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