Very good for a first track! I'll give you some beginner advice that's really solid: Use a touch of reverb on almost everything, study and get to know the reverb effect really well, and you'll be ahead of most people who are beginners. Get to know what settings make the reverb sound which way, whether you should cut the low, or the high, or both, how damp, how dry, how long the verb should be. etc.
Generally add a touch to most instruments, and almost never to the kick drum.
Why am I talking so much about reverb? Because it's the next step from where you are and it'll make a huge difference.
Your composition shows a lot of understanding of arrangement, your melody could use some work. Really spend some time to create something that's catchy, even throw out melodies if you have to. Do be afraid to 'kill your darlings' as Stephen King says.
Nice work and keep going!