​Glastonbury’s Block9 reveals 2024 line-ups with Honey Dijon, BICEP, and more


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Glastonbury’s Block9 has revealed its entire 2024 bill across four stages: IICON, Genosys, NYC Downlow, and Meat Rack.

This year’s line-ups include Honey Dijon, BICEP, Eliza Rose, Grace Sands, A Guy Called Gerald, DJ Flight, Charisse C, DJ Paulette, Confidence Man, and DJ Stingray 313.

Block9’s famous Genosys Soundsystem returns once again in 2024 after a five-year hiatus, taking over a spot in Block9 West with a focus on analogue electronic music.

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Celebrating both new artists and pioneering talent from Thursday to Sunday, Genosys this year hosts the likes of BASHKKA, OK Williams, Demi Requisimo, Ahadadream, Wes Baggaley, Syreeta, NIKS, and Midland.

Over at NYC Downlow – Block9’s multi-room club fitted inside a film set replica of a New York bathhouse-turned-meatpacking warehouse – the likes of Luke Solomon, Heléna Star, Smokin Jo, François K, and Lakuti are all set to perform.

Themed performances will take place each night at NYC Downlow, featuring Leather & Lace, Showgirls & Sailors, Queerdos from Outer Space and a very special Wedding Party.

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Block9’s colossal IICON stage will see performances this year from Blawan, Introspekt, DJ Python, Roni Size, Mia Koden, Tim Reaper, Afrodeutsche, and BICEP, who will present their new CHROMA project this year.

Over at Meat Rack, a small butchers hidden at the back of NYC Downlow which this year features “the ultimate sleazy homo-centric line up”, expect to see the likes of Peach, Guy Williams, Moxie, Shay Malt, Scarlett O’Malley, and more.

This year, Block9 will collaborate with fashion designer and activist Katharine Hamnett to “encourage young people to vote through her trademark, power-packed slogans and instantly recognisable graphic style.”

Check out the full Block9 line-up below.

Gemma Ross is Mixmag’s Assistant Editor, follow her on Twitter

Written by: Tim Hopkins

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