@paulo13, yours was a good mix of stuff I already know and love (Wilco; Lambchop), stuff I haven't heard in ages (Fanfarlo; Broken Records), stuff I've wanted to hear for ages (Shearwater; Jim O'Rourke) and stuff I've never heard of (Liima; Ske).
On the whole I really liked it. It had a very good flow - frontloaded with more electronic songs and getting more folksier (and optimistic!) as it progressed. And to close with that Lambchop song, which despite its lyrics is one of the most wonderful songs of all time, means that I "left" the experience feeling very good indeed.
The thing is - and this is just me, don't worry - I have a weird set of rules when making mixes, one of which is "no two songs by the same artist!" You did this three times! But it didn't bother me too much: The two Liima songs sort of worked together as two parts of a whole. I haven't heard Jens Lekman before and as has been pointed out elsewhere on this site today, a lot of people here seem to really like him. So it was good to hear two! Of the two, I preferred The End of the World...
The two Stephen Jones tracks get a pass too, I guess, because they're from two different recording projects. Sorry to say though I didn't particularly care for either. Thematically great, but not very engaging to listen to.
Like I say, I've been wanting to hear Shearwater and Jim O'Rourke for some time. Everything that's been said about the vocals in Shearwater is true - powerhouse! And Jim O'Rourke was gorgeous. Not at all what I was expecting (ambience, for some reason), but utterly engrossing and I need to hear more ASAP.
But the biggest revelation was Alcoholic Faith Mission. I really miss the days when all "indie rock" sounded that shambolic, hopeful, desperate and euphoric. The post Arcade Fire days, when Pitchfork reigned supreme. Bad days in many respects, but I guess we got a lot of music that was, at the time, taken for granted. I will be exploring deeper.
Thanks very much!