Nicely done Mr.Trogdar. Hoo boy, where to begin?
Very interesting track, but there are some things that could be touched upon that may make the composition a bit more appealing to the ears.
You've always had a rather overwhelming approach when it came to sound. I remember one of my favorite tracks by you is 'The Tubes'. One hell of a track. There was the perfect degree of dark, light, melody, aggression and blending of sounds from a plethora of frequencies. The way that the bass drowned out certain other sounds only heightened the listener's ecstasy as the song progressed.
This is a good track, albeit a bit of a melting pot when it comes to some of the sounds. I do not know how it happens, to be brutally honest. Be it your mastering, eq'ing, or whatever-the-devil you would call it, there's something which almost meshes the sounds together and binds them. When the bass kicks in it muffles out that which should be a bit more crisp and clear.
Not a terribly big deal, but I've noticed it for a while now. I thought you were just experimenting with it, but now I see that may not be the case.
Another thing about this track is that (and bear with me here, I don't know musical terminology too well) the 'chorus' melody that would kick in and sway in the background is very fast paced but almost unchanging. It's like walking up a set of stairs and running right back down.
This is not to say your music is boring- because it is not. Actually very stimulating and refreshingly upbeat (especially for DnB as a genre). But there is such a thing as overstimulating. That is what I've felt with this track.
Not a bad piece at all though, all in all. I don't mean to discourage you with this critique- not at all. Just hope to share my thoughts with you so that you may grow as an artist.
Kudos, keep pumping out them tracks- with delicate care :)