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Waterford album launch in Landspeed Records

By johnboy - 31 October 2011 11

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The thinking hipster’s favourite obscure band, Waterford, launched their new album this lunchtime in Landspeed Records on Garema Place.

It’s such a glorious afternoon pretty much anything would work, but it appeared to be an excellent use of the space getting a healthy happy crowd in.

The CD is on sale at Landspeed for $15 and having it will make you cooler than people who do not have it..

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Waterford album launch in Landspeed Records
Sideshowmatt123 10:57 pm 01 Nov 11

Good on you RiotACT for picking up Waterford. They are one of my favourite bands. And I’m the antithesis of a hipster, if that counts for something in this conversation.

Eyeball In A Quart J 4:02 pm 01 Nov 11

shadow boxer said :

Generally speaking though the Melbourne hipster is a try hard wannabe wandering that grid of streets looking for everyone and secretly wishing they lived in Sydney.

Sriously though it was inteesting the last time I was in the Melbourne CBD there are almost no small take aways or independant shops.

Just big franchises and overpriced restaraunts. I couldn’t even find a decent Laksa.

You can’t be serious?

The one thing the city is known for is it’s “foodie” culture. As nauseating as that sounds.

The CBD alone is inundated with all kinds of amazing cheap eateries.

How could you have been in the CBD and not seen Chinatown?

Even Swanston St is littered with quality pho, dumplings and Thai joints.

For the best Laksa though you have to head up to Flemington.

shadow boxer 12:06 pm 01 Nov 11

poetix said :

shadow boxer said :

Generally speaking though the Melbourne hipster is a try hard wannabe wandering that grid of streets looking for everyone and secretly wishing they lived in Sydney.

Sriously though it was inteesting the last time I was in the Melbourne CBD there are almost no small take aways or independant shops.

Just big franchises and overpriced restaraunts. I couldn’t even find a decent Laksa.

Did you try the little arcades? Certainly the main shops are boring, but there are great cafes and boutiques off the main drag, and of course in Prahran, Brunswick, Northcote etc. I miss Melbourne every day I live in Canberra, even though I’m much too old to worry being cool. Of course Sydney (in the right areas) is more beautiful, but it’s more beautiful than lots of places! Restaurants in Canberra are more expensive for what you actually get than in Melbourne. And it’s still possible to buy a modest flat in Melbourne’s CBD for much less than Gungahlin, which is crazy.

Try Richmond for laksa.

I’m sure that’s true, I was only there a couple of days and was right in the middle of the CBD. I also experienced the wettest September day in Melbourne for 50 years so that and GF week may have had something to do with it.

poetix 11:51 am 01 Nov 11

shadow boxer said :

Generally speaking though the Melbourne hipster is a try hard wannabe wandering that grid of streets looking for everyone and secretly wishing they lived in Sydney.

Sriously though it was inteesting the last time I was in the Melbourne CBD there are almost no small take aways or independant shops.

Just big franchises and overpriced restaraunts. I couldn’t even find a decent Laksa.

Did you try the little arcades? Certainly the main shops are boring, but there are great cafes and boutiques off the main drag, and of course in Prahran, Brunswick, Northcote etc. I miss Melbourne every day I live in Canberra, even though I’m much too old to worry being cool. Of course Sydney (in the right areas) is more beautiful, but it’s more beautiful than lots of places! Restaurants in Canberra are more expensive for what you actually get than in Melbourne. And it’s still possible to buy a modest flat in Melbourne’s CBD for much less than Gungahlin, which is crazy.

Try Richmond for laksa.

alaninoz 11:08 am 01 Nov 11

Meant to add that if they all want to live in Sydney then let them. Melbourne, and Canberra, would be better off without them.

alaninoz 11:06 am 01 Nov 11

shadow boxer said :

Just big franchises and overpriced restaraunts. I couldn’t even find a decent Laksa.

Can’t have look very hard. And I take it you don’t live in Canberra if you’re talking about overpriced restaurants.

shadow boxer 10:29 am 01 Nov 11

Generally speaking though the Melbourne hipster is a try hard wannabe wandering that grid of streets looking for everyone and secretly wishing they lived in Sydney.

Sriously though it was inteesting the last time I was in the Melbourne CBD there are almost no small take aways or independant shops.

Just big franchises and overpriced restaraunts. I couldn’t even find a decent Laksa.

Eyeball In A Quart J 9:35 am 01 Nov 11

What? Living in Canberra makes you a hipster?

Reason #330 not to be living there anymore.

Thumper 9:18 am 01 Nov 11

I like these guys.

Good songs, good feel, good groove.

bloodnut 8:40 am 01 Nov 11

Eyeball In A Quart Jar Of Snot said :

But a Canberra hipster is really just an outdated model of a Melbourne hipster.

Ironic then, that you living in Canberra makes you a hipster.

You’re doing it before it becomes cool.

Eyeball In A Quart J 6:32 pm 31 Oct 11

But a Canberra hipster is really just an outdated model of a Melbourne hipster.

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