Matthew Clanahan; ISFJ; 25-year-old graduate student; Learning Support Specialist and adjunct instructor at Three Rivers College; Bachelor's of Science in Mass Media/Radio with a minor in math from Southeast Missouri State University; Apple enthusiast; total geek; coffee connoisseur; flannel lover, multiple-instrument musician; drummer for Berlin Airlift; caffeine addict; LGBT ally; Christ follower; ordinary radical

Better half: sydthekiddd

Interests: peace, love, equality, people, social justice, human rights, feminism, music, vinyl records, lyrics, quotes, art, poetry, films, books, technology, coffee, tea, demilitarization, sustainability, community, community development, community gardening, historic preservation, Jesus, theology, orthodoxy, heterodoxy

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I listen to a lot of music.

I spend a bit too much time swooning over pictures on Tumblr of people I find attractive.

I appreciate meaningful/artistic/literary/lyric tattoos.



 

So, over the weekend, I got some new gear and set up a vintage rig in my bedroom. I still have my Pro-Ject Debut Carbon set up out in the main listening room, but it’s nice to have some decent quality equipment in my room, where I can listen late without keeping the family awake.

I picked up the turntable at an antique mall on Saturday for $19. Came home, looked through our storage shed, and found an old Marantz receiver that we used to have hooked up when I was a kid. It isn’t in the best cosmetic shape ever, and the wood grains don’t match… but it works, and it works well.

At first, I didn’t think I was going to have any speakers to hook up, but I was content to listen through my Audio Technica headphones. Then, today, I decided to stop by Goodwill, and I found a pair of KLH 900B bookshelf speakers for $20. Needless to say, I’m extremely psyched to have a full, vintage setup in my bedroom for under $40.

Here are just a few of the things I’ve spun in the last 24 hours or so.

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