What youve got so far it good, but you really need
Thicker drum samples. Try an layer a few breaks together. Also the main synth that comes in at 0:28 is a bit wide in my opinion, try getting it right under the kicks and then sidechain compress.
Another criticism is that the start may be a bit jarring for some people, maybe filter the drums in beginning, like lowpass em or somethin.
I cant say enough though that the primary synth bass has to really mix well with the drums. Just keep on goin at it, and eventually your drums'll have that awesome thump to em.
Ut oh, hot dog
this is pretty good. ive been trying my knack at DnB but obviously this takes the cake in comparison. its a little dirty, which is a good thing, only suggestion would be for a more dynamic(changing) song that isnt always so intense so there is a contrast. best of luck! ~20systemsdown
Thanks! I actually was thinking about the contrasting, but I decided that if I wanted to change the theme of the song, I was just better off making a new one. I'm just happy that I have finally made a decent DnB song and pulled myself back into making music. And my advice for making good DnB, dont use the amen loop, listen to a lot of it, and dont force yourself to make it.