Very awesome. Reminds me a lot of late 90's Chicago indie stuff like American Football/Owen/Joan of Arc especially at the 1:45 mark. Compositionally it's good, with lot's of variety. Like that little synth that shows up at 0:55, plays three notes, and calls it a day. When the notes come together at exactly 1:00, it's definitely a goosebumps moment. I would personally remove that very high note that plays from 1:07 to around 1:30. Seems like it's part of the same synth, but I can't tell if it's some sort of reverb effect. I'm not even entirely sure it's really there and not just in my head.
I'm not too crazy about the end, as it just sort of seems to end, but no big deal.
My only critique is that the drums that come in at 1:10 (particularly the ride and cymbals) sound artificial. Always the same velocity and volume and such. I'm not sure if you were purposefully going for an artificial feeling, but to me they sound like you were going for something more realistic.