The drumloop you hear on the track that you've mentioned is a chopped/edited version of an 'Amen beat'. Find a refill for Reason with a bunch of REX Amenloops and then mess around. It is common to remove the snare drum and the kick drum from the original loop and add your own kick and snare in place. (This is definitely the case in the song you mentioned).
to get the 'speedy-shuffles' from a Amen loop, remove the kicks and snares from the loop and then turn the decay of each slice down to somewhere between 30 - 50 (in Rex loop player, of course). Now if you play this edited loop with your own kick and snare you should have a very snappy, quick and clean beat. You can layer in some hi-hats/cymbals to give the whole loop some gloss afterwards but make sure that they are hi-passed around 800-900hz and is peaking at around 1Khz - 1200 Hz.
KJ Sawka had released a sample pack on loopmasters website which you might find very useful. Sawka makes these loops by recording himself playing live which gives these loops more human and authentic rhythm than sequenced loops.