Like the marimba rhythms -- bass was unexpected but is welcome. I would actually take some of the reverb or chorus FX down on that, or add some white noise to it. I'm wanting a crispier bass.
By 1:20 the snare line has been a bit samey for me, good time to drop it out, but I would personally write more changeups in that line. Just a more unpredictable line. When it comes back in at 2:08 it's not bad. For some of your auxiliary percussion I would not pan them so hard left and right. I think one is around 80% or 90%. Or if I were to do that, I'd take them down a bit in volume there and alternate them in the left and right channels just to give that balance.
3:21 is very interesting chord wise. I wanted a breakdown with those chords. The octaved bass synth has the high end that I wanted on your first bass, but I feel it's a lot too loud, and it wasn't what I was looking to hear.
Percussion wise, I actually like your snare, and I think the kick is fine. It probably could come up a bit in the mix. Maybe side-chain. The sustains in the mix all felt comparatively flat. You could still layer a kick on top of this one and have it function as a sub pillow.
I did find the claps a little uncomfortable. You could probably cut them shorter and bitcrush them?
Overall, the mix is creepy and cool, which I enjoy. Really wanted more chords from this piece, but it is what it is, and I enjoyed the listen.
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