This beat, via chordpunch, is an example of a Risset Rhythm, a beat that seems to accelerate/decelerate forever.
It’s an audio illusion, similar to the Shepard Tone effect of pitches that seem to increase, decrease in pitch endlessly.
Here’s another example, though much less obvious to the ear – Stretta’s Calculus:
Risset Rhythms create the illusion of continually changing tempos by increasing/decreasing the tempo, while fading between multiple rhythms with related tempos. The illusion was originally described by composer Jean-Claude Risset.