Like @niklasp wrote, I was referencing to listening to the all mix in Mono vs Stereo. Switching between both during listening helps to see what's happening in terms of levels, panning, stereo image...etc.
In this case it confirms that your drums ( and especially kick & ride ) are too much loud. If you use a plugin to mono certain frequencies ( you could even make the entire Kick track mono, it's common practice ) then this frequency or this track will be more " in your face", it will sit more in the front within your mix.
It's a good thing to do with kick & bass because those are major elements in a track but then you should pay attention to the levels of those elements because making something Mono is already adding more presence, therefore those element's levels have to be watched & reduced by a few dB to sit well in your mix and not covering the other sounds.
So I was just pointing of some gain staging in my first reply. You could start by muting all tracks except the kick and then lower down it's level ( -4 or -6 dB even more maybe ) , then bring in the other elements one after the other and preferably starting with drums & bass and balanced their levels in context.
That way you could rebalanced & gain staged your all mix. Keep some head room like -4 or -6 dB on your master channel and don't play with your master fader : leave it at 0 dB, always. In fact, it's also the best way to deal with all track's fader : keep them at 0 dB and use a gain plugin/tool (depending of your Daw), that avoids issues with fader behavior simulation in DAWs and it will also gives you a better representation of all levels when using meters.
What you want to have is a well balanced mix that you're happy with in terms of levels, clarity, dynamics...etc hitting your mix bus or your master channel. After that you can try to increase levels & loudness and polish your mix using filtering EQ, EQ, Compressor, limiter etc... But you have to get a correct gain staging & well balanced mix before that step.
Hope that's not too much confusing and hey ! It's just one direction & one way to do things, it's not a mandatory rule that works, just common practice tip, you've got to find the workflow and tools that suits you best.