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What is Vans UK Rider Aimee Fuller rocking to get pumped for double backflips? A mix of pop hits, classic tunes and the grand daddy purp himself Wiz Khalifa. Young, Wild and Free is right Aimee, that should be your theme song. Check out the rest of her playlist below…

vanssnow:

What is Vans UK Rider Aimee Fuller rocking to get pumped for double backflips? A mix of pop hits, classic tunes and the grand daddy purp himself Wiz Khalifa. Young, Wild and Free is right Aimee, that should be your theme song. Check out the rest of her playlist below…

Did someone do you wrong today with a terrible April Fools Day prank? We feel for those of you who forgot to check the calendar this morning. Plan for your revenge while listening to our fool-themed playlist including hits from The Beatles, The Strokes, and more of your favorites. 

And remember, it’s gonna be okay. 

THE GARDEN at BURGERAMA

The twin brothers of The Garden were a two-man act but certainly sounded like a whole stage full of crazy grunge beats and kinky drum fills. The unique drummer/guitar duo shouted out names of songs and instantly began shredding for the crowd. In between tracks like “The Apple,” the drummer would stand up on his seat, do a little dance of his own, and immediately get back to playing as if the dance break never happened. All eyes were on The Garden as curious concert-goers witnessed a memorable performance from the new-comers. 

Photos: Grant Hatfield

BLACK LIPS at BURGERAMA

If you were in the crowd for Black Lips, chances are you were having a hard time moving as the band easily packed the sold out show as the headliners of Saturday’s lineup. Moshing and crowd surfing was at an all-time high and while singing what seemed to be the anthem of the Burgerama festival itself, “Bad Kids,” the crowd could be heard over the band for sure. Their performance was the perfect ending to a day full of rock and roll. 

Photos: Amanda Rae Stephens

COSMONAUTS at BURGERAMA

With no warning, Cosmonauts rolled right on into their mesmerizing set of trance-filled tunes like “What Me Worry” off their Persona Non Grata album. Moving all around the stage, their energy was almost the complete opposite of the laid back music they were putting out, creating a fun atmosphere for the crowd.

Photos: Grant Hatfield