This is mixed pretty well. I like that you didn't brick wall it in the mastering. The piece has some room for dynamics and there's room for things to pop through the texture without relying on sidechaining. Everything is present and it never feels squashed.
I think you could have done more with the melodic development. As is, the track sounds like a great background but I was waiting for something to pop through. Either a lead synth or perhaps a guitar line. Not necessarily something as noodly as a solo, but just something that the ear can glom onto and interpret as a centerpiece. The 3 note motif is fine, but when it's repeated like that it becomes more of an ostinato than a melody. Even in the minimalist music of the 60's, the cells that seem to repeat over and over don't ever actually repeat verbatim, and it's the microscopic changes in multiple layers that create forward momentum and textural interest if not motivic in the traditional sense.
1:26 is a nice moment because it breaks up the repetition
2:47 - this stands out because we finally get a focal point. The guitar playing is really great here. I think you could have done more of it.