Interesting. Almost sounds like a hybrid of world music with old techno. Takes a while to come together but I'm enjoying it considerably here at 1:00. Everything seems to be coming together until the kick comes in, which has some serious reverb on it. This jars me a bit, as it seems to just reinforce this strange mid range reverb cluttering until it fades out again.
Next we have some spacy ... what sounds like pads. It's pleasing to listen to. Sounds almost like something you'd hear in Cowboy Bebop. The claps and kicks interspersed here I feel don't take away but don't add anything to the mix. Here being around 3:00. The spidery scales reinforce the spacy, almost videogame feel, reminding me of Megaman X Command Mission's later levels before quieting down.
Around 4 we have another 4 on the floor kick come in, with the main theme, the bassline, returning. I hear what sounds like a sitar, and the psychedelic spidery synths return.
At 5 we're back to the spacy pads and world percussion, before 5:35. This personally is my favorite portion of the song. The reverb isn't overpowering, and everything is fitting in its own little niche. It remains like this for a good minute or so before tapering off into another transition, then fading, then repeating this phrase at 7:00.
Honestly, as psychedelic as this is in its nature, it reminds me of some of the stuff I've heard on a Psybient channel. Good stuff.