Prodigy star Keith Flint has tragically died.

 The iconic singer was found discovered at around 8am this morning after police were called to the property.

The star has been confirmed dead aged just 49.

Flint is an English singer, musician and dancer, best known as a vocalist and dancer for the band The Prodigy.

Flint performed vocals on both of The Prodigy's number one singles – Firestarter and Breathe – which were released in 1996.

1 Castle. 3 Days. 4 Stages. 40+ International Artists. Locals District, India’s fastest growing music community is back with their second edition.

India’s first none of its kind festival spread over 72 hours, will witness more than 40 artists on 4 different stages bringing together varied talent in techno music and its sub-genres to one beautiful fairytale like 18th century castle.

Led by the one and only Detroit legend Kevin Saunderson, eclectic French producer/DJ Rodriguez Jr., Martin Eyerer, Pole Folder, Stereo Express, Perel, Sunju Hargun amongst several others, the homegrown roster on the packed lineup boasts of some stellar acts including Ankytrixx, BLOT (Live), Hamza, Kohra, Sequ3l, Sindhi Curry and many more. With the festival set to feature four stages and over 40 acts across all three days, attendees can rest assured to be treated to an experience like no other.

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Asymmetrical Code is a techno label based in Berlin Germany , releasing music in a
really underground way without any studio or so… since 2014 on the mission of
releasing vinyl and digital format bringing the opportunity to have many big support
from many Artists from the actual techno scene .

On 2017 finally Asymmetrical code boss Fragmento started also to build his own
studio and set-up which took almost 1 year of strong work and dedication.
Launching a completely new team which finally got in harmony to make the
Asymmetrical Code product a completely good according to the standard of the
techno sound that the label want to propose,with this harmony Asymmetrical Code
will bring the best of it and for long time.
Asymmetrical Code is proud to introduce Seasons EP , written & produced by the
label head & boss

Fragmento ,the goal of this ep is to make clear that from now on will be released as
always tracks that make your self find an alternative solution to many questions in us
souls thought deep constructions ancestral environments + more quality sound.
A history of dance music and rave culture mapped out on the circuit diagram of a 303 bass synthesizer.

Dorothy Acid House Love Blueprint celebrates over 900 DJ's, clubs, musicians, free parties, sound systems, record labels, radio stations and fanzines who have been pivotal to the evolution of acid house and its subsequent impact on dance music and rave culture. From its early roots in British Northern Soul and 1970’s New York Disco, through the cultural revolution of the Second Summer of Love, to its explosion into the mainstream and its influence on musicians like Massive Attack, Daft Punk and The Chemical Brothers.

The print pays homage to the cities, clubs and individuals that were forerunners of acid house, rave and dance culture including Manchester’s Twisted Wheel (famous for its all-nighters), New York's legendary Loft parties (organised by David Mancuso) and Paradise Garage (home to DJ Larry Levan’s residency), Chicago’s Warehouse (where Frankie Knuckles pioneered Chicago House), Detroit’s Belleville Three (creators of Detroit techno), Phuture (Chicago band credited with creating acid house’s distinctive sound) and London’s Rare Groove scene (championed by Norman Jay and later Gilles Peterson).

The print is organised around key scenes, clubs, and DJs including Ibiza and the Balearic beat (Amnesia and DJ Alfredo, Café del Mar and José Padilla, Es Paradis, Pacha), London’s nascent acid house scene (Danny Rampling, Paul Oakenfield, Johnny Walker, Nicky Holloway and formative clubs Shoom, Future, Spectrum, Trip), the North of England’s scene (Manchester’s legendary Haçienda and Greg Wilson, Graeme Park, Mike Pickering, Dave Haslam and Liverpool’s Quadrant Park), Berlin’s techno scene (Tresor, E-Werk, Berghain), the rave scene of the late 80’s early 90’s (London’s Orbital raves and New York’s Storm Raves) and the free party sound systems (Spiral Tribe, DiY).

The print also focuses on key moments (Second Summer of Love, Castlemorton, Criminal Justice Act) and features underground clubs (Chicago’s Music Box and London’s Clink Street), pioneering and occasionally overlooked DJ’s (Nancy Noise, Lisa Loud), super clubs (Cream, Ministry of Sound, Gatecrasher), superstar DJ’s (Tiësto, Pete Tong, Sasha, Carl Cox) bands (New Order, 808 State, S’Express, The KLF), producers (Larry Heard, Derrick May, Andrew Weatherall), fanzines (Boy’s Own), record labels (Trax Records, R&S, Warp) and stores (Manchester’s Eastern Bloc) who all played a part in bringing acid house and dance culture to the masses.

Next up on LFRMX is another batch of state-of-the-art club weapons.

A1 Silvershower - Ice Fractions 1 (Len Faki Hardspace Mix)
A2 DJ ESP - You Gotta Do What You Gotta Do (Len Faki Hardspace Mix)
B1 Setaoc Mass - Prosec (Len Faki Hardspace Mix)
B2 L/F/D/M - Sands (Len Faki Deepspace Mix)

These tools are squeezing the last drop out of their original templates, making for a fun and exciting bag of trickeries. The A-side features a rare appearance from Ian Pooley‘s classic Silvershower-alias brought up to modern times, backed by DJ ESP’s millennial acid-hymn You Gotta Do What You Gotta Do, which still feeds on its iconic riff and vocals in this slower yet just as forcefully booming remix. On the flip, we find Faki‘s edit of an unreleased gem from his own label‘s artist Setaoc Mass, before the EP deliciously closes out on some abyssal ambient synth-cascades by L/F/D/M.

As with all releases of LF RMX, the proceeds of this record will be forwarded to the Berlin organization Straßenkinder e.V. to be used in actions against child poverty.