First of all, I think it's really awesome man. I love the unique wobbles, I've never heard them made like that before. And unique is what catches people's attention. But, perhaps, like BlueOceans says, you should look into equalizing a bit more. Simply because that'd bring the best out of your track here. Focus on the percussion and the bass word and make sure those elements stand out by adjusting the equalizer for the kicks in the mid range, and a bit in the low range. Depending on what you want but that is the general rule of thumb. Secondly, adjust the bass so that it's low-end, being close to the sub-woofer range (60-160 to avoid having it overwhelm the actual bass of the track, which you should underlay the wobbles with, the sub-bass isn't meant to be heard, but rather- felt). But the scaffolding you have so far has a ton of promise. I think you should stick with this one for a bit and really try to iron it out. You have a banger on your hands here man, just needs a bit of polishing in my opinion. So far this is an amazing job!
Thank you, man! I'll keep working on this one, and I'll take your guys' advice. I'm still new to making music let alone mastering/eq'ing it, so I'll have to experiment and learn quite a bit.
I think you should work on the eq'ing, particularly the bass instrument. Also you need to change the volume of some instruments, particularly the bass instrument again. I don't know if you added panning, but that cab help. The guitar-sounding instrument needs more reverb and delay imo, but that is a taste thing. You need to work on the transition at around 3:44. For transitions, you can use sweeps, snare rolls, reverse crashes, crashes, and there are many other ways to do it.
Thank you for the review! :D
I will be sure to take this advise!