On Monday we lost one of our greatest crossover artists, Keith Flint of The Prodigy; the man who convinced rap heads, Britpop mods, metal devotees, and acid house kids what they actually preferred was rave, jungle and drum and bass.

The reports that he, a man whose unapologetic "weirdness" enabled thousands if not millions to not just reconcile but feel pride in their own weirdness, took his own life after struggles with depression, stings agonisingly.

London club The Cause are teaming up with artist agency NLA to put on a charity fundraiser in Flint's name, with 100% of profits from ticket sales and bar revenue going towards the mental health charities Mind and Calm (50/50 split).

Taking place on Saturday 16th March, it'll be a clubnight celebrating the music which Flint and Prodigy inspired, their legacy of the weird and daring, the cathartic and communal.

If you can't make it along, there's a Justgiving page for the night and charities here.

Event info and DJ lineup here.