I like the instrument at the beginning. The chord progression is a tad cliché. The drums sound really dry and generic, and the panning doesn't do much for you imo. Panning can be a great mixing tool, but usually it's a good idea to keep the fundamentals (drum, bass, melody) front and center. Speaking of melody, I'm not hearing a lot of it. You have some creative rhythms at 1:10, but melody is usually the most memorable aspect of a piece, and the piece sounds really repetitive without it, even with the changes in sound design later on. Some of the layering comes across as a bit experimental, and besides the panning I don't think there was much effort put into mastering either. My main worry here is the composition, though. Very little structuring, stale and repetitive riffs, no melodic content. I'd suggest writing a melody first next time, and then trying to arrange your piece using the melody as a focal point. Right now, the piece just sounds a bit stale with the chord progression rammed down your throat. Synths were probably my favorite part of the piece - really distinct mood portrayed through the sound design. Sorry to be so tough on you. It's a good start. It just doesn't feel like a very dynamic piece yet. Keep at it, man!