We’ve been anxiously waiting for Danger Mouse’s next move for some time now. Today, that wait is over. For his latest effort, “Rome,” the producer extraordinaire has teamed up with some serious musical heavy weights, namely composer Daniele Lupi, Jack White and Norah Jones. Together the crew that has amassed somewhere north of 15 Grammy awards, and with “Rome,” no doubt have their eye more to come. As is DM’s MO, the record has a very vintage feel, with both White’s and Jone’s voices used in a thoughtful fashion, ensuring they add much more than simply star power. The whole thing clocks in at a few ticks over 35 minutes, and thanks to the wonderful folks over at NPR you can now listen to the whole thing. Next up, U2.