Matpat's basic strategy—especially on Everybody Rise's title track—is to produce a skeletal, funky-tinged rhythm, circularly arranged vocal samples and an extremely simple two-bar melody... and then work those elements for all they're worth.
(Imagine Victor Simonelli after chugging seven or so energy drinks.) The track is pure get-down music, eschewing such niceties as deepness or subtlety to focus on peak-time. "Work That Nerve" takes a similar tack, adding a touch of tribal drums and a two-chord synth line that slices its way through the groove; a fun Ben Mono remix funks up the rhythmic template and adds a slew of old-school touches.
The EP finishes with a redo of "Everybody Rise" from the Glass (DJ Wool and Plant head Dominique Keegan) that drops the BPM in exchange for a nice bit of 303 filigree. None of this is exactly rocket science—but who needs NASA technology when there's a party going on?