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Headphone Highlights: Optimo

The Sub Club veterans explain the difference between stupid and stoopid

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Headphone Highlights: Silent Servant

The post-punk, early electronic and techno tracks that have helped shape the LA producer's sound

opinion

Headphone Highlights: Fatima Al Qadiri

The New York artist in the centre of some of the most exciting, genre-bending and hyper-real music happening lets us into her world.

opinion

Headphone Highlights: Kim Ann Foxman

A glimpse of the herculean love affair the vocalist and producer has with house music.

opinion

Headphone Highlights: Baauer

The new breakout producer and DJ for Mad Decent and LuckyMe opens his record crate.

opinion

Headphone Highlights: Disclosure

The brotherly duo reveal some of their favourite tracks, new and old.

opinion

Headphone Highlights: The Stepkids

Stones Throw’s psych-pop trio reveal some of the key stops in their musical journey.

opinion

Headphone Highlights: The Gaslamp Killer

LA’s own psychedelic beat-warlock and his struggle between the quiet and the loud.

opinion

Headphone Highlights: Old Apparatus

The enigmatic East London collective reveal their favourite audio esoterica.

opinion

Headphone Highlights: Daniele Baldelli

The oldest DJ in Italy reveals some of the secrets to his success.

opinion

Headphone Highlights: Xiu Xiu

A playlist offering an illuminating insight into the darkness of Jamie Stewart.

opinion

Headphone Highlights: Peaking Lights

The duo wedded to dub, bliss-out psych, folk-pop and each other reveal some of their inspirational audio.

opinion

Headphone Highlights: John Talabot

Barcelona’s house and motorik disco magician conjures audio delights from his crate of tricks.

opinion

Headphone Highlights: Gold Panda

The sampladelic Ghostly producer takes us on a journey through his record collection.

opinion

Headphone Highlights: Kerri Chandler

Accompanying his Headphone Highlights on RBMA Radio, the house icon Kerri Chandler guides us through the personal mixtape of his youth, growing up in New Jersey in a hotbed of rhythm.