The kick is way to airy and clicky. Generally in minimal the kick should be left at a fairly low frequency to allow the other top end instruments to breath. With that, most if not all the elements should evolve, considering that less is more in the genre. Now this doesn't mean it needs to be SUPER drastic, a slight decay increase on a high hat through the entire song would be good, growing verb decay time, slight increase/decrease on delay sync (fall off time ever so slightly). The clap, in my opinion, would benefit if it were more of a field recording, like a few layered sounds (A light switch clicking on and off). The percussion is far to splashy for minimal house, the hits need to be short and precise, a good example that relates to this song would be The Light - Tempered DJs. Also, the redux rythmic pattern shouldn't play the length of the track, it should change, evolve, or be a totally different instrument in certain parts.
The bass sound is really nice, sounds great, and should be side chained under the drums.
The atmostpheric elements at 1:08 and 1:27ish are awesome, the track should have more things like that! Sounds really good.
You hit the mark as a house track, but as far as minimal? You kinda missed the target. All in all, a good house tune.