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Editors’ Notes

A stuttered melodica contrasts Asa Taccone’s flowing, androgynous voice in the electro-indie ballad “Holes,” the Air-esque song that opens Electric Guest’s 2012 debut album, Mondo. But it’s not until the following retro-soul number, “This Head I Hold,” that the album’s tone is set. Produced by Danger Mouse, this tune is creamy with vintage Motown tones, grooving rhythms, analog keyboards, and Taccone’s effortlessly cool falsetto singing. “Awake” similarly struts with a soulful bass lead that recalls the relaxed drive of the late, great Donald “Duck” Dunn. Hardly one-trick ponies, Taccone and Matthew Compton dial down the rhythms in “Amber,” a lazy and hazy jam where sun-flared keyboard notes and electro flourishes keepMondo from succumbing to a full-blown rehash. Even when infusing a late-'70s yacht-rock cool into the nearly nine-minute-long “Troubleman,” Electric Guest exercises restraint, keeping things cool and balanced. The song’s mood recalls boat shoes and short-shorts, and the production is effervescent with fresh sounds and arrangements. The L.A. duo works in acoustic guitars and wooden percussion in the beach-friendly closer, “Control.”

Customer Reviews


They are so chill. Absolutely perfect driving jams.
Can't wait to see them live this Sunday.

I was confused why there were two different choices for the same album, but this one was cheaper and has all the same stuff, so I'm cool with that.


Catchy, unforgettable

Saw them in person, they are amazing! the beats are catchy with perfect lyrics to go right along with them. The music is upbeat while some are chill. Perfect album in my opinion! BUY IT!


Awesome album but where is "Jenny"?? I love that song!


Formed: 2005 in Los Angeles

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

The witty, funky pop duo Electric Guest feature Asa Taccone (brother of Lonely Island's Jorma Taccone) and Matthew Compton. While Taccone helped his brother and fellow Lonely Islanders Andy Samberg and Akiva Schaffer produce hits like "Dick in a Box," he found his true collaborator in Compton, whom he met while they were sharing a house in Los Angeles that included Taccone's old friend Brian Burton, aka Danger Mouse, as a former resident. While working on Saturday Night Live-affiliated projects such...
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