One thing that I particularly dislike, not about your piece, no, but about dance music is its lack of effort in variation, development, and reliance on overly simplistic motifs which are left in the piece without any or little attention and care throughout the work. You, on the other hand, have overcome all of these factors in this track. Your melodic line and harmonic backing are simple, but by no means are they untouched. The variance that you've added in this track compensates for the simplicity of the focal point of the music, and supplies it with a rich feel that leaves the listener interested 'til the very end. Where percussive development is limited, you compensate in harmonic development, and vice versa. Your attempt at EDM in my opinion has added a fresh new breath to a genre full of filler content and little originality. Wonderful, wonderful job.
The name of this track is actually a bit of a parody. Although there are variations depending on the particular work of fiction, Abornia Plain is generally a vast, featureless plain. Imagine a few million square miles of wheat. I think "vast and featureless" adequately describes a lot of popular music these days. While I have no problem finding EDM that I like to listen to, I find it very difficult to write. I find myself bored with it half way through.