Just a bit hard to hear that sine bass once things get going. Then by 0:39 between the throbbing bass and that one TSSS perc, I'm feeling just a little bit of a headache coming on. It kind of sounds like a limiter was tossed on top of the track without concern that some elements may have been mixed too loudly.
You have some cool elements going on, but I'm not really able to tell what direction we're headed in melodically. It's not quite noise music but certainly some atonal elements going on here until about 3:09. As such, I'm not sure how to comment other than perhaps recommending some mixing and mastering tutorial study to make things a little more palatable/clean up muddy mix.
Protip, before you apply FX to the master channel, make sure your track peaks no higher than about -6 dB. If your mix sounds good here, it's ready to be mastered. It's hard to squeeze a track under -6 dB when you're used to mixing everything all the way up, but it's worth it. Even if you just render your track before popping it over to one of those auto-mastering services, it really does make the magic happen.