The Rainbow Hotel in Fitzroy, Melbourne was a beloved musical institution; a place for young musicians and inner city indie music fans. But money talks and in 2009, the hotel could no longer speak loud enough to survive in a competitive economic environment. Just another day in a big city, some might say, but this film looks at the social impact of this closure - the live music, the history and its role as a place to go and meet people. This is a fascinating look at social and urban change in Australia. Language warning: contains occasional coarse language.