My review, your song:
Kicks kind of dull, it to my ear sounds similar to the FL preset base one. Wether it is or isn't its evoking a negative thought in my head. :P I think a crunchier kick would have done well in the song, then use the low end of the one you have for its body so to speak. It is an easy way to get the timbre you may want (dunno if you had a strugle with the kick or not). Grab 2 kicks, one full bodied deep one and one with a sharp attack and mix the two using the details of each for one another. I find electric/synthy kicks matched with sampled drums attacks gets a good sound.
Early bass sound, unsure what it is, I'm assuming 3xosc. I think you could probably afford to compress it up. Its god a good saw-grit to it but it sounds like the filter settings are clamping its output down an awful lot. Worth trying with the 3xosc, or any synth really is to be very delicate with the filter/resonance ASDR and instead use effects in the mixer rather than in the synth itself to produce the texture/timbre you want. I've found the filter settings on 3xosc to be rather limiting myself at times when I want to get all funky.
1:00 the drums are very engaging. More panning diversity would make it move around a bit more. Another suggestion for trying out in the future is to take a single drum sound and seperate by frequency its panning. Say the wooden click-ish sound had its lower range sounds panned left and its high end panned right, you can get a very simple rhytmhn to become very enveloping ounding without much work done in terms of the writing itself. EQUO works for thi with its pan option, a bit crushing plugin called redu(p)cer works aswell (and is IMO a cleaner sound).
1:10ish, your instrumentation choices all layer quite nicely. Lot of good decisions made. I do not know how you've mixed this but I'd make sure not to clamp down high ends with the EQs, nor reduce the reverb/delay allowed frequency outputs. I found outside from some of the percussion instruments, there wasn't alot of definition in the high end until 2:40. In future projects if you drop a parametric eq on the master and look at whats playing, sometimes you can fill a higher register just by cloning an instrument and doubling up raised an octave. Bit of layering can help cheat your way to a more full sound if thats what you desire.
2:33 is a nice fluffly filter shifty majigger. Feel free to include some details about what you did there in a response. Thats right Mich, I'm assigning you homework in a review.
Fade out boo. Lazy.