"Shook Up" is essentially the same thing but decidedly more conventional, a rollicking railroad of a rhythm that occasionally rides bumpy basslines, acid riffs and somersaulting piano motifs. When it really gets going it's a well-oiled machine, but like its counterpart there's no discernible progression, just elements mixed in and out.
On one hand, Martyn is a natural at this kind of retro house. Since his move from drum & bass to dubstep, the Dutch producer has been known for elegant hollowed-out shells that make room for considerable aesthetic influence from other genres. The way he sneaks in unconventional sounds and ideas into an otherwise defined template is a refined science. These are wonderfully powerful, banging tools. Lacking the detail and the progression of his excellent Great Lengths album material, however, your mileage may vary.