If we're taking bets on this year's indie-rock crossover summer jam (past winners include Foster the People and MGMT), I'd give good odds on Los Angeles duo Electric Guest. The band's falsetto-heavy funk is charming, but its connections are why I think we might have a radio hit on our hands. One of the members is Asa Taccone, brother of the Lonely Island's Jorma Taccone and co-writer of "Dick in a Box." Danger Mouse has produced Electric Guest's debut, Mondo
, and imbued it with the lazy, acoustic psychedelia that he brought to Broken Bells ("American Daydream") and the oddball soul of Gnarls Barkley ("This Head I Hold").