Hi there @fred29
Very interesting track with lot's of nice sounds, like this space chilled feel you tried to maintain across the progression while still keeping some energy with the drums. The arrangement is quite nice, making the track enjoyable to follow. Just not sure about that long bass recurring midi notes ( track 18 ) along the progression. It's the only part I found a bit boring, it could evolve a bit IMO.
Now mixing wise you have issue with the kick and your low end, it's sounding a bit dull and too much boomy.
Not sure if it's the kick itself or the processing you did on your Drums Group since you kept the Kick inside it as well. It's a common practice to keep the Kick out of the Drums Bus/Group in order to process it separately.
Think you could make this one really shine if you manage to fix that low end issue, get the kick working fine without creating that rumbling & boomy sound. A shorter kick with a higher frequency range click sound to help to cut through might work for this track, and give it a try to process it outside your drums bus/grp.
You also have a lot of low energy going on with that bass, next to the Midi arrangement itself, might be worth to cut some low frequencies on this bass, that should help to make space for the kick and the other elements too.
But again, the track itself is nice for this genre, the different synths are playing nicely and the drums giving it a nice groove. Last comment would be about tracks naming, do it for all of them, while you're working on a project you will know what audio x or instrument x tracks are but if you have to come back to it after a while, that won't make sense anymore. Keeping the session very organized right from the start is a good habit
Hope this helps, cheers !