AAPS seemed like the most left-field artist in the Good On The Dancefloor fold, but “Imaginary Grace” seems surprising all the same. The band went and made a…dubstep song? Close to one, at least. Opening with creaky synths ala some of the genres more moody artists, the very dubstep beat kicks in soon after and lingers for a bit. It takes a backseat to a creepy vocal sample, before erupting into it’s big, joyous center. It’s more like a mini-dubstep experiment, but AAPS pull it off well. I hope they play with this sound a bit more. Listen here.