I've given this a couple of listens now and think I'm familiar enough with it to leave a review.
For me, it's a game of 3 parts. The first hour or so is ok - lots of great tracks but it kind of meanders between styles, and whilst the mixing all works well musically, I feel like the structure is a bit undeliberate. For example, when Hot Tuneik - Green Eyes comes in - the transitions in and out are perfectly in key and sound good, but its sandwiched between tunes of quite different styles. This is a stark contrast from your 'all night long' marathon mix, which sets a very clear direction for the set at the beginning and builds atmosphere with a consistent tone, which I appreciate. However, I can see from your description that little to no planning went into this set - and that makes a lot of sense. If this was a live set, you wouldn't have to worry about forum dwelling, chin stroking wankers picking apart the juxtaposition of styles in the warm up 😂
The mix gets really tasty from Capricorn - 20hz (Nalin & Kane Mix). The drums in this track made me sit up and listen (and gurn a bit). What a track! Everything from this point until the end of part 1 is absolutely stellar. So many brilliant tracks, including 'Cruel Summer', 8 Bit Eras, Sacra, Daydreaming, Be Yourself and too many more to mention. No issues here with structure at all. You are cruising between the genres with ease and maintaining a 'peak time' feel, with a sense that things are building up too.
Part 2 is a lot of fun. It's wall to wall anthems but without getting carried away. I thought the section going from Fine Day -> Sports Complex -> Blue Monday looks completely barking on paper, and it is, but at this point in the set I think you can get away with mixing up the styles quite a lot. The transitions work great and the variety is good and keeps things interesting. But this just shows how different my expectations are at different parts of the set. Was nice to hear the homage to 'Business Prog' with Shiloh and Seamus Haji - great tunes, and nice ending with Sven Vath.
All in all, a great set with a serious arsenal of high quality weaponry. 8.5/10