Miss Corona really did twist the knife when she forced organisers to shelve Glastonbury this year.
Glasto holds a special, mud-smothered place in our hearts thanks to the simply legendary NYC Downlow.
Nice to, erm, meat you (Image: Martin Perry)
The festival’s first LGBTQ space is the go-to spot for debauchery, drag and just partying your little titties off.
It is the pièce de résistance of Block9 – the creation of Gideon Berg and Stephen Gallagher – a hub of indoor and outdoor dance clubs at the greatest place on earth (fact).
What a mesh... (Image: Manu Valcarce)
Block9 are filling the gaping hole in our lives with a double-whammy music release, Best of the Best Volumes 1 & 2, out now.
A selection of live DJ mixes from their 12-year tenure at Glastonbury, the collection includes recordings from Master at Work, Black Madonna, Roger Sanchez and more.
To celebrate the release, we decided to take a trip down memory lane and revisit NYC Downlow.
Until next year, babes.
Love... we love to see it (Image: Egle Trezzi)
Host with the most Frieda Slaves (Image: Egle Trezzi)
Going hell for leather (Image: Manu Valcarce)
Top of the crops (Image: Egle Trezzi)
Queens of the night (Image: Egle Trezzi)
It rear-ly is a great night out (Image: Manu Valcarce)