Hey, not a bad go sir! After quickly running through your other tracks, I'd like to say that you could learn a lot from the drums in this track. A primary focus of a lot of electronic genres is a good balance in the sound spectrum. Drum kits need to hit all areas of the spectrum. You got the foundations for a great sound. Try this next time you produce a track: layer more drum sounds. Find a snare piece that hits just the lows, find a snare that hits primarily highs, then grab a snare that sits in the middle. You should also grab one that adds character. Then combine them all. This will create a new snare sound out of lets say four or five different ones. It's a rough technique to try to get at first but with a little practice it will come though. You can do that for everything else on your kit too, granted I'd stick to maybe two or three different kicks... which leads me to a little bit on dynamics...
Dynamics is the softness or loudness of a sound or note. All the sounds in this piece sound like they have constant unchanging dynamics which becomes really static sounding. If you layer your drums, you can utilize all of your kicks on lets say the count of one, then come in at a later time with just one of your three kicks and that will automatically create a softer sound and a greater dynamic range overall. You can also program your drums to play at different velocities over time which might be easier to do in a song like this where there really isn't any layering going on. Dunno, try it out if you can figure it. Another way to get better dynamics I've found is to just throw some delay on to the hi hats and have them sync to the tempo. I've gotten kind of wacky with that lately though. Speaking of the hi hats, most contemporary dnb down plays them in favor of the rest of the kit. You might want to turn them down just a tad.
Just a suggestion, but you might be able to slap a bit of reverb on the lead synth melody. I hear it at the beginning but I think the instrument transposes at around 25 seconds. I'm not sure if you know how to automate yet, but if there's actually two instruments there, try slapping reverb on them so they can take up a bit more space.
I don't want to bore you/ make you read more than you already have so let's just call it a day. Overall, great song sir! Keep producing, you got skill here. Just gotta keep on keeping on :)