In the opening moments of the track, honestly the audience's attention isn't given anything much to hold on to. Although, the arrival of the drop and associated elements change all that as we're struck by an immediate need to get up and boogey.
Part of the reason this track is so groovy has to do with timing. The bass is somewhat off kilter to the progression which adds a factor of unpredictability too. On the subject of unpredicabilty, I also love how the track just switches up to a piece which quite reminiscent to the works of Roosevelt. If you're a fan of his works, this is for you!