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HASHTAG is a new series of mini-documentaries from the Red Bull, chronicling some of the most fascinating themes emerging from the web in recent times.Hashtags is a series that is currently running and has 2 seasons (13 episodes). The series first aired on .

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Red Bull TV
2 Seasons, 13 Episodes
Arts & Culture Music
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  • Born in the London underground scene and spread by pirate radio, Grime is a murky musical movement that's been simmering under the surface for years. With a punk-like energy and a global influence on culture, the world is ready for Grime to explode.

  • A beautiful, euphoric culture of happy escapism, Kawaii was born in Japan and is the backbone of the "cute underground." From fashion to music to art, anything can "be" Kawaii, but Kawaii is also about looking at the world with a childlike mentality.

  • A dark, hyper blend of tribal music and trance is born in the streets of Durban, South Africa. Made by young producers who create in bedrooms and share the tracks over group texts, GQOM is a viral sound that is infecting dance floors worldwide.

  • There is healthy debate over Health Goth. Is it an aesthetic movement inspired by minimalism, cyberpunk, and sportswear? Or is it a new kind of gym, where people sweat out their angst in all black? The founders of both sides try to work it out.

  • An institution to the locals, Waterloo Records in Austin, Texas, USA, is a place to go to enjoy music. Whether it's looking for a certain vinyl or hearing a local band play live, you'll get a unique listening experience.

  • Eric Dingus, a music producer based in Austin, Texas, USA, talks about making and promoting his music. He explains his creative process and how music has helped him recover from depression and get off medication.

  • Music, art, fashion - it's all connected in Chicago. Influenced by artists like Chance the Rapper and iconic performances at Lollapalooza, the city's creative DNA can be seen the world over. Chicago's fashion tastemakers give a tour of their city.

  • Shattering old musical classifications, the Internet' accessibility has redefined the concept of "pop music."With the internet becoming the mainstream, artists such as AlunaGeorge and Charli XCX speak on the potential of any song becoming popular.

  • While bass music encompasses many genres, dubstep, trap, EDM, and the rest share the intoxicating quality of being something you feel and experience as much as something you listen to.

  • Over the years, beat making has taken a life of its own, developing into an unrestricted musical entity. Artists such as Flying Lotus and Shlohmo discuss the emergence of this new style of electronic music and its expansion across the Internet.

  • The microblogging site Tumblr has given a voice to a wide variety of artists in its short history: rapper Le1f, hip hop new hope Kilo Kish and seapunk founders Zombelle and Ultrademon.

  • We turn our attention to the 808 drums and Enya loving, Internet-born micro-culture referred to as "Cloud Rap." Featured artists include Main Attrakionz, Flatbush Zombies, SpaceGhostPurrp, Robb Banks and London's Piff Gang.