The idea is there, but the implementation can use work. The sounds used are a bit bland, the melodies aren't attention-grabbing, and the track felt like it stayed in place the whole time. At least the kick stands out thanks to some solid sidechaining.
Thanks for the review! I'll keep this in mind because this is great advice!
you have some cool idea but you need to work on prioritizing which sections should be louder and softer - like everything kinda feels like it's the same volume throughout. cause there's always something that's LOUD playing. all the percussion is super dry too, gimme a little bit of reverb and panning and stuff jeeeez. sidechain those chords against the kick a bit? even if it's only a little. also don't hard pan the kick like that, you scare the shit out of people listening to your track in headphones. not the smoothest transitions either.
wasn't particularly grabbed by any of the chords or riffs or whatever so maybe work on developing a more concrete idea of theme and writing hooks. nothing was really objectively wrong about this though, so that's something! keep it up.
I did sidechain the chords. a lot. I kinda was going for the same volume all the way through. it's also my preference to have dryer drums I'll still keep everything in mind!:)