I like the beginning. It's very calm and groovy, and leaves a lot of room for contrast. That said, I didn't really enjoy the drums all that much. They were way too loud and jarring, and the calming pads that continued to play in the background made it all the more confusing. I suggest you find a more effective way of transitioning from the relaxing pads to the drum-heavy parts, at the very least. That said, you do have a good sense of rhythm with the drums and, out of context, they could've worked quite well. I think part of the problem is that the snare is quite high-pitched and harsh-sounding. If you EQ'd off some of the higher pitches and compressed it a bit, it could've worked better with the relaxing ambiance. You did a pretty good job with the harmonies in the pads, though - I'll give you that much. Sorry if this review seems pretty negative. I've been tough on you, but it does have a good deal of potential. Keep at it, Qvarcos. ;)
The drums sound great, though at times they're a bit too loud and cover up the melody. Very interesting track to listen to.
This is a great mashup of breakbeats and sweeping electronic music! Very pleasant to listen to.
For me the composition works and I feel that your length of song and choice of instruments are good. I would like to hear some bass, though man. WHERE'S THE BASS? This could be some sort of choice to exclude bass to focus on the beat, but I feel like it needs some bass.
Your beats are pretty much flawless. Loving it.
Your mix on the other hand... I get a bunch of clipping from the melodic instruments even when they aren't swelled. That's a big bug that needs squashing, mate. Whether that has to do with exported mp3 quality or is an internal issue I don't know, so get that straightened out.
In conclision, this is great song that could do with some bass and quality control.
Thanks for the review, I'll try to mix it better then reupload it. Also this is not 320kb/s, only 160, my other songs are 320kb/s this is an exception.