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How loud is too loud for the residents around venues

felafelking 15 Feb 2005 20:48

When did artists music get classified with noise pollution? Along side chainsaws, trams, mowers, jumbo jets etc.
There seems to be a lot of miserable kill-joys with a strong desire to want to live next door to established band venues.
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MrLoud 17 Feb 2005 10:48

Not sure when it became noise pollution, however it is indicative of the conservative self indulgent cafe' latte culture that melbourne has become.
F'witts like this move into an area for the vibe (and to show their mates) then complain about the source of the vibe.
Its like moving to Fitzroy and complaining about the ferals & junkies.
Not sure if there are laws in place or agreements, but it is a reality that will continue............. until the area is no longer trendy and or financially viable.
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