RCRD LBL Essentials Volume 19 is here! Get you music in order for the weekend with some of the hottest new tracks of the past week. [rcrd-lbl]http://rcrdlbl.com/widgets2.0/core/?m=show_widget&w=essentials031512[/rcrd-lbl] Berlin electronic producer and founder of Shitkatapault Records (best label name ever?) [mp3com-artist]Apparat[/mp3com-artist] (aka Sascha Ring) starts things off with a lovely dub mix of his track "Candil de la Calle," which which is Spanish for "Oil Lamp of the Street" - a fitting image for this beautifully lonesome, nocturnal track. [mp3com-artist]Wolfgang Voigt[/mp3com-artist] turns things up a notch with his "auramix" of VCMG's "Single Blip." Ominous melodies float in and out of the mix, but the track constantly on the move thanks to a deep, bouncing bassline. [mp3com-artist]The Hood Internet[/mp3com-artist] chill things with another one of their classic mash-ups, mixing [mp3com-artist]Khaled[/mp3com-artist],[mp3com-artist]Drake[/mp3com-artist], [mp3com-artist]Rick Ross[/mp3com-artist], [mp3com-artist]Lil Wayne[/mp3com-artist], [mp3com-artist]Holy Other[/mp3com-artist] and [mp3com-artist]Supreme Cuts[/mp3com-artist]. As usual, the duo seamlessly mesh all these artists together, creating what sounds like a track from the greatest hip-hop supergroup ever. Rapidly rising synth pop duo [mp3com-artist]School of Seven Bells[/mp3com-artist] gives [mp3com-artist]A Place to Bury Strangers[/mp3com-artist]' track "So Far Away" a remix that thrives on a kind of desperate sounding energy - like the kind of adrenaline rush you get when someone's chasing you and they're about to catch you. [mp3com-artist]Julia Holter[/mp3com-artist] chills things out with her pretty track "In the Same Room," off of her excellent new album Tragedy. Legendary UK dance group [mp3com-artist]The Prodigy[/mp3com-artist] make a rare appearance with a remix for [mp3com-artist]ill Manor[/mp3com-artist]'s "Plan B." Featuring a heavy, distorted melody it's got all the dangerous attitude the group that brought you "Firestarter" and "Jericho." Let's hope that this is a sign of more to come. We wrap things up with the difficult to categorize, but always exciting Brooklyn group [mp3com-artist]Bear in Heaven[/mp3com-artist], who contribute their synth rock track "Sinful Nature"