I like the mood at the beginning. Seems very apprehensive, but also grandiose, like you’ve discovered the lair of the evil clown army. The mixing and mastering might need some attention, though. The bass drum at :03 sounds very indistinct and muddy, and it’s hard to make out the harmony brass and strings for large chunks of this piece. Equalization and compression are your best friends, and panning and stereo widening can also help a lot. The instrumentation is fantastic, though, and there’s so much drama and emotion packed into this short 2 minutes. Excellent melodies, too. Perhaps the melody could’ve been varied a little more the second time around, but honestly that doesn’t bother me too much. The composition of this piece is fantastic, but the mixing and mastering is where it falls through for me. Please educate yourself on equalizers and dynamics manipulation tools like compressors and expanders. You have the potential to be Newgrounds’ next great cinematic composer (and you seem to have already garnered a lot of attention to your content), but production quality is still important. Keep it up, man!