I’m finding that just having 2 variations of patterns, with different notation but in the same key / scale breaks up some of the loopy nature. Also muting, soloing, and having a breakdown and a build up. Just take one of your loops, copy it to a new pattern with all the same instruments (or most of the same) and switch the notation up. It will give your loops more of a song feel. I also do alternate drum loops for my different sections.
The pros are you get a more varied performance, more interesting song, which feels good and more accomplished.
The cons are that it takes longer and if you’re 2 sections don’t work with each other, transition wise, it may sound bad.
I’ve heard your loops, they’re good. Just add a different section, get a feeling for when you should drop out instruments and let one instrument breath (solo)
Also realize that many songs require repetition to keep the parts memorable to the listener, loops = repetition. There is a reason loops are popular in songs, they ARE parts of songs!
Quick tip. Pick a scale for your next pattern, when you want a B section, transpose all the instruments by 7 semitones on the next pattern. It usually sounds pretty cool.