BUT: making fun of pretentious people will never, ever get old. Before there was Portlandia/Hipster Runoff/etc. there was this perfect song by The Bedflowers. It is probably my favorite attack on people who are just waaay too into how cool they are. Check out these bits:
"I hate Bros, I hate Conservatives, cause I'm really really alternative"
"I'm a Socialist and I'm well dressed but I'm very easily impressed"
"I like acid house and HAH! New Order"
"My hair is greasy but untangled"
"I understand the enemy!"
A lot of the song contains references to places in Manchester including this bit about "Manchester, North of England, but it's not as North as Horwiiiiich" which I assume is making fun of the fact that yeah, Manchester is cool BUT not as cool as this other, lesser known place (Horwich is a suburb of Bolton.) They also mention "Affleck's Palace" which was some sort of shopping arcade in the 90's that was "super hip."
I just thought it was hilarious that the song actually describes a lot of people today! I mean, there's even a reference to Doc Martens and people refusing to wear anoraks. It's just a cute sarcastic tune. Also thank you to Warren Pilkington who helped me understand some of the English-specific references!
The Bedflowers have only released one cassette demo titled "Summer 1990" which you can definitely find online if you search enough. I've listened to it and none of the songs were as good as this one. They also have a few songs scattered on different compilations, but I haven't looked into them.