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Justin Y. : How can this guy release this masterpiece and then just disappear?

GERRY CINNAMON : This song has aged like a fine wine.

Jamie Ross : 7 years and nothing has changed. - honestly it feels like fashion has stayed still for 10 years. 2007-2017 has anything changed?

Justin Y. : This video is like a fine brandy. The older it is, the better it becomes.

Patrick : I feel like this song describes everyone who's ever written for Vice

SolarFoxProductions : A real hipster wouldn't even own an iphone.

Daniel Coldbeck : Thought this was uploaded recently, fucking blown away to see it was uploaded in 2010, nothing’s changed

sadbot : i have a rare early release of this single, i bought it at a rooftop market in mogadishu.

Luca Agati : I'm 8 years late, but somehow still on time...

bmad48 : "We're putting on this rave in an abandoned mosque"

Abel G : this song is about vice journalists

J o n a t h a n : Yeah i heard this before on cassette tape when i went backpacking in Botswana.

Grempington : "we all play synth" is just a pure stroke of genius

crazygoat85 : 5 years later, still relevant as ever.

M Lee : basically most of the art students in brighton.  The hipsters in this video are nowhere near as bad as the ones now.

Duggy : 8 years later and it's still such a catchy and relevant tune! One of my favourites on YouTube.

steven Gregory : Religious iconography with kind of a saved by the bell vibe... Amazing

Alex Ballard : This is still happening

FullyShadow : These people are sjw's now

ryelor123 : Hipsters are proof that nuclear warfare can be a positive thing after all.

estebanrey : You should sell T-Shirts with "I organise a Vegan Crunk Night" on

Filip Dutkiewicz : i listened to this song before anyone of you had internet

Nick Joslin : One of the greatest videos on the internet.

hyperfunkd : Keeps becoming more and more true as the years pass. It's 1984 of the internet age.

السلام عليكم : LA is full of them.They are usually from places like Wisconsin ,Kansas,Omaha or Massoula. Self absorbed narcissist twats

raybands25 : this is how i picture everyone on reddit.

Fillup 82 : And in 2018, there really are vegan crunk nights.

tignesboy : this needs a sequel for beardy hipsters

Christopher Faulkner : I love this so much. So many dickheads. Zappa would be proud. It's basically an extension of "Valley Girl".

Kawaii desu-san : This video is new age fun with a vintage feel and a Saved By The Bell vibe.

blablablablasable : 2018 anyone?

BBLettuce : this guy just made a banger then dipped

MrGenedancingmachine : I don't think it's hyperbolic to say that Hipsters are evil. They are where culture goes to die a horrible grisly death.

AlyMewGaming : They're everywhere

thenewyorkpauls : Still want a shirt that says "we all play synth"

Somali pirate who's actually somali : *_They're taking over._*

SystemCM : I genuinley thought this was a new video. Feels like we've been stuck in a time warp the past 10 years.

MrDylanHM : I'd never seen this before tonight, I laughed so hard I think I might actually die.

Dunoid : I actually have a fixed gear bike, but I think the fact I bought it at Wal-Mart for $99 cancels out any possible hipsterness.

eartianfizz : 7 years later wooh! I think 'hipster' has been replaced by 'SJW' at this point, and before 'hipster' it was emo. Hahaha. Man I wonder what will be next!

hakametal : This is even more relevant today...

Nitr09 Productions : Even though this song was released in 2010, it grows ever-relevant by the minute.

mshara1 : Hipsters started in London and Scandanavia before North America. Watch Nathan Barley.

sherlocked : I liked this back when it had 5000 views.

ptlutube : I overheard a hipster the other day refer to himself as "an acquired taste".

Alek Burman : This is now my favourite thing on the internet.

Nife : The official theme-song of the web development community in general.

Yes. : As someone who lives in London, this song is so truthful lmao

ListenAndLearned : I'd just like to point out that probably every male in this video is gay. The fashion is definitely more towards to the extreme end.   For London, this whole movement was a good thing. The club scene for Londoners had no focus and was random at best. People were still dominated by the popularity of Hip Hop in the mainstream. People spent ridiculous money on expensive designer labels. Alot of males were still stuck in a Tony Montana fantasy and some believed that they would reach his status some day. People were busy being hard and horrible.   What this movement did is break up the monotony and grey hard streets of London. It woke people up from the expensive shackles of designer labels. It opened up creativity, originality, inspiration. Allowed people to embrace clothes from a different angle. Independant designers who were providing something so at the heart of the cool that the catwalks looked like something from the dark ages. And it was cheap ! Good cuts, good look, little money. And everybody could have their own take on what they wanted to wear.  It changed music, it rescued music. Independant music with real musicians making real music that again, made the the big commerical companies sound like they were in the dark ages. You can thank this movement for inspiring change and giving the platform for the plethora of music we have today.  It changed people's attitudes. People in general were alot happier and cheerful than before. It allowed people to embrace a more hedonistic lifestyle without looking awkard or having a concious about 'shame'.  It even inspired our cuisine ! People trying to bring interesting and healthy food to the streets instead of the usual kebab help fuel the huge popularity of cooking today.  Theres more. But basically it was a hippy like inspiration to break the commercial monotony we lived in. Kind of like, everybody saw the stone wall as grey, but just accepted it. But these guys came along and said, well why can't this wall be green ? Or blue, or red or yellow. Why not ?  The problem is, commercial companies being the businesses that they are, don't like losing sales.. so.. "if thats what the kiddies like, then thats what we'll sell". So they took their robot singers, made them look trendy and hey presto, all the kiddies take to the sugar, and their humdrum dominates our landscape again. The same thing happens with fashion and now you have millions of people all dressed in skinnies, following this commercial glove and society falls into this same hole. With the masses not truly being able to understand and appreciate what the original movement was about.  Unfortunately we'll probabaly have to go through a 'dark age' again before something real and inspiring happens again.  This is a simplified way of talking. What we are really talking about here is political ideology. A more communistic way of life vs the extremities of capitalism controlling everything that becomes popular,

Dick Head : okayyy