Musician CharlestheFirst dead aged 25 – Electronic music star Charles Ingalls found dead in Nashville hotel

EDM musician Charles Ingalls has been found dead in his hotel room in Nashville, Tennessee on Friday, December 10.

Ingalls, 25, who goes by the stage name "CharlestheFirst," was found by a friend at the McGavock Pike Sheraton, in the early hours of the morning as police begin their investigations.

Detectives were called to the hotel around 10:30 a.m. Nashville time, (11:30 EST).

There Metro Police say there was no evidence of trauma to the body, an autopsy and toxicology tests are still pending.

Police said Ingalls was in Nashville for a show Saturday night at The Caverns concert hall in Pelham.

The news of his tragic demise was announced by his band Lab Group on social media: “It is with the heaviest of hearts that we announce this. Early this morning our beloved Charles Elias Ingalls passed away in his sleep.”

Charles Ingalls was a 25-year-old EDM musician from California.

He was best known by his stage name CharlestheFirst and was part of the three-piece EDM band, the Lab Group.

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He was also part of the Kompass Music Group and performed in festivals like Electric Forest.

The Lab Group mentioned that the performer was known for his “larger than life” presence and was a great son, brother, and friend:

“Amongst many things, Charles was a larger-than-life presence that deeply moved and affected all who knew him.

"A son, a brother, a friend, a poet, and an absolutely brilliant musician.

"He lived his life with a sense of magic and inspiration that most people only dream of.”

Several colleagues and fans took to Twitter to mourn the loss of the musician:

Media outlet Electric Hawk tweeted: "our love goes out to CharlesTheFirst and his friends/family. a visionary who brought so many of us together for unforgettable memories through his music and passion."

Artist Peekaboo said: "I am absolutely heartbroken. Charles was one of the first people I met when I started touring and was not just only the kindest person I knew, but the most inspiring."

One fan wrote: "RIP Charles Ingalls, your music truly spoke to me and got me through so much."

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