* This is an official 2017 NGUAC review *
Mixing, mastering and production: Pretty solid and some good ideas. Just some minor things that add up.
There's a bit of a disconnect in the reverb between all the instruments - several of them sound like they're not playing in the same mix. This is not to say that you shouldn't have differences in reverb (everyone likes a big spacy piano sound) but to make sure they're not out of wack with each other. It felt a bit weird to hear the little-reverbed drums, the mid-reverbed synths, and the heavy-reverbed piano playing at the same time.
I felt a bit like the drums were missing some bass umph. A tricky thing to balance in D&B where the kit is going constantly, but something to consider. Otherwise, not too much to say!
Composition: If I had to sum up my thoughts in one sentence, it would be that everything was decent but nothing blew me away. I mostly didn't feel like I had heard anything I hadn't heard in many other D&B tracks. This is an idea executed well, but that's it, you know? You've got the talent and the skills to do some great things, so I would say try and be a bit more ambitious and pursue some crazy ideas - you might be pleasantly surprised by what you come up with when you push yourself.