O @LastAstronaut, I have finished listening to yours.
As I said upthread, I like how it's a proper mix. It's well-mixed too - the electronic and post-rock songs towards the end flow so well they could be a single track.
The volume levelling's a bit jarring on the spacey samples you've used (though "It's full of stars!" is a great one to end with), and there was a strange high-pitched squeaking noise under the Nils Frahm track - is that meant to be there? But this is technical nit-picking. Beyond this it was loads of fun.
It was good to hear Brakes. I've not listened to them since I saw them supporting Belle & Sebastian 12 years ago (scream). Also, Public Service Broadcasting. The song was undeniably lovely, which further compounded an ongoing problem of mine - though I like every single thing I've heard by them, and though I really like their "technique", for some reason I always find myself thinking "really?!" whenever I see their name! Absolutely my problem. I'll get over it. That Go song helps.
Interesting to learn the origin of your username (I'd never heard that BHS song before), and I would never have expected a band called Necro Deathmort to sound like that.