There are few more things that could be done, for sure, but as it is now, it is sounding pretty good.
Okay. From the top!
Intro. I suggest high passing that kit. You'll be setting your track up for the much harder stuff in the next 32-64 bars that you have your bass and your kit playing. I must say, that it is very well organized, and the ambiance is very well done. Gives it a dark feeling that neuro usually has. But when it approaches and drops into your next section, it's not as hard or not as "face-slapping" as I would have liked it to have been.
The kit itself is very nicely done. Those hats are nicely sequenced within, and not too much of resonance coming from them. (Though the track itself is missing some of those necessary highs to make it "sparkle", know what I mean?)
That square beep is nicely placed in the mix, but it could use a bit of those mid to mid-high so that it can shine.
Your bass, while nice and well created, it could use some love. You need to fill out the highs a bit, and add some more bass in there so that it can sound nice and phat. At this present time, it just sounds too generic. Be creative with it, and I'm sure you'll achieve a nice reese that sounds cool and grimey :) (Modulation pattern sounds cool.)
Now for your approach to your next section: You need some harder drums. Not saying that your kit right there isn't good enough, but I was expecting some tougher drums at that point. (I understand that this is a work in progress, but I suggest doing it. You'll get more slam out of that section with an improved reese bass and some tougher drums.)
Conclusion: nicely done. Mixing was top notch, with a few little stipulations here and there. A great job for sure. Keep workin' on it, yeah? I'll look out for your revision ;)
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