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San Serif font with chamfered stems and sheared terminal on the "a".

Used in Human Headphones typeface -
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I think I found it: a modified MN Latin (Bangla MN, Tamil MN, etc).  Here’s the font out of the box:

Here it is compared to the logo, with adjusted spacing and horizontal scaling:


Then they cut the angle on the stems, trimmed the ‘a’ terminal and amputated its tail.

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Ha! You have amazing font detection powers, thanks so much!
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Interesting design! This is most likely custom lettering (as many logos are). You might like these high-contrast sans serifs:



URW Imperial

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