Despite feeling like lead singer Adam Levine is kind of douchey, I dig Maroon 5. Because really, there’s no denying the sticky, infectious, whistle-fueled dance-groove of “Moves like Jagger,” Xtina’s guest spot lending it a little club pop cred. Levine & Co. have strayed away from the schmaltzier AC friendly balladry of their early reign (“She Will Be Loved,” “This Love”) to toothier groove-oriented fare for several years now, the fat fuzzy synths of 2007’s “Makes Me Wonder” (their first No. 1 hit) a theme that has continued through to fourth and latest album, 2012’s Overexposed. Levine’s vocals still tend to stray into watery bleating territory, especially if there’s a brawnier guest on hand (as with “Payphone” featuring Wiz Khalifa), but the band makes up for it by taking unique artistic turns ala the dub-reggae bounce of “One More Night.” American Idol royalty Kelly Clarkson adds feminine appeal to the bill with her gospel-soulful pop sounds.