Unpinnable Butterflies is the overarching project name for Brooklyn songwriter and film composer Gabriel Judet-Weinshel. Gabriel’s record and second collaboration with Grammy-nominated producer and composer Scott Healy (American Steel, Ricky Martin, Phoebe Snow) “Radio Ocean” was released in September 2021 via sonaBLAST! Records. It’s a sprawling and raucous affair, over a decade in the making. The record expands the sound of Gabriel’s sometimes intimate first record into a wider, free-wheeling and eclectic stew, channeling everything from country, to west African guitar riffs, to classic rock. Never one to stop moving, Gabriel has also scored two feature films—the cult film, "7 Splinters in Time," which he wrote and directed, released theatrically in 2018, and the Netflix documentary ‘From Baghdad to Brooklyn’ while his songs have played nationally on Fuse’s “Live From Bonnaroo,” on the TV series “In Between Men,” and in the independent film “Where Hope Grows.” He also led the house jazz trio for many years at New York’s Soho House, and is hard at work on a cinema-musical.
Be sure to watch ConciergeQ's Tasha Dhwaj's interview with Gabriel too!