Yea, listening to it right now. The Kick seems like gone ( well, lost it's lo-end at least ) but hey, it's already much better in terms of overall levels IMO, don't you think ?
I can pin-point an issue with the kick and bass that don't seem to work with the rest of the track now. The bass is slightly out of tune from the rest of the track, which can be a desirable effect in Techno to get that rumble feel, but since it's quite loud and playing off tempo, it's taking over the rest. Maybe a less pronounced de-tuning or shorter rumble effect on the bass. I.E : around 4.24 and before, the bass does not fit the track for me, but then at 4.39/4.40 it fits really better because a bit more in tune. That's what I mean by that. Also do you side-chain your bass to the kick BTW ?
For the rest, still some levels adjustments in terms of levels ( that nice plucky synth is loud in the mix IMHO ) , but yea, you have an issue with the kick & bass, don't know if it's SoundCloud ( normally they don't apply normalization to audio when you upload ) have you listen to your track in another room than where you produce ? It might be that your mixing environment gives you a not so flat audio image that will make you compensate or add frequencies when not needed.
Arrangement wise it's an interesting track. I like the underground feel and at the same time you manage to keep some more airy synths sounds that are filling other frequencies, so that's a good thing. Those low end atmosphere sounds in the background are nice too, the beat could be more elaborated but at the same time you may want to keep it simple and quite linear to maintain that kind of minimal techno feel.
Like I said, take the time on the mix-down stage, balance your mix as much as possible, you don't want to have to big "jumps" between channels levels, especially if you plan to push the track via Landr online mastering afterwards.
Once you're happy with the overall dynamic & levels for your track, next enhancements could be done using even more reverb and effects and adding more percussive elements to the beat, but that's another step.
Good work and keep it on, just take your time, it takes a while to find right balance and levels, later it will be more like an habit and you'll get there.
OK, that's all for me now... Will be happy to listen again when you think you get there with the track
EDIT : Didn't look before, but now that I see it, as a subscriber you can watch the tutorials, on levels there's this one with Kirk Degiorgio which IMO is good : https://www.sonicacademy.com/courses/loudness-and-metering-with-kirk-degiorgio
Also got to listen your "Withe Lake Rush 2018" track on SndClnd, it's a good track too