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Shawn Pelton

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Unpinnable Butterflies

Label: sonaBLAST!
Released: 2021
Track listing: You; Everybody; Santa Maria (feat. JT Nero & Allison Russell); Revolutionary at the Vestibule (feat. Perla Batalla); Burden Down (feat. Grace Kelly); Sell Me the Morning (feat. Jessica Childress); All That I Know (feat. Perla Batalla & Maria Ahn); Sweet Loretta (feat. Kate Tucker); Good Kings (feat. Danny Clinch); Cracks in the Architecture; Let's Not Wage War (We'll Just Write Poetry); Radio Ocean (feat. Grace Kelly); Roses (feat. Perla Batalla)

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Radio Ocean

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Label: sonaBLAST!
Released: 2021
Duration: 05:31

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News: Recording

Renowned Filmmaker/Composer Gabriel Judet-Weinshel Debuts 'Unpinnable Butterflies' Music Project (Due Sept. 24 Via Sonablast!)

Renowned Filmmaker/Composer Gabriel Judet-Weinshel Debuts 'Unpinnable Butterflies' Music Project (Due Sept. 24 Via Sonablast!)

Unpinnable Butterflies is the overarching project name for songwriter and film composer Gabriel Judet-Weinshel. When Grammy-nominated producer and composer Scott Healy (American Steel, Ricky Martin, Phoebe Snow) first heard a collection of Gabriel’s demos and agreed to produce the songwriter’s first record for indie imprint sonaBLAST! Records, Gabriel found himself again surrounded by musical luminaries, as ...

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Article: Interview

Anton Fig: Behind the Band Stand, Part 1

Read "Anton Fig: Behind the Band Stand, Part 1" reviewed by Ben Scholz


Part 1 | Part 2 It's around 3 o'clock in early January, that melancholy time of year where the day perpetually feels like 7 pm. We're standing on West 53rd Street between Broadway and 8th Avenue around the corner from the entrance to The Ed Sullivan Theater. A light haze of snow is falling ...

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Article: Interview

Billy Kilson: Nasty Pitch

Read "Billy Kilson: Nasty Pitch" reviewed by Trish Richardson


Here's the wind up. And the pitch. Whoa, did you see that one folks? That pitch was just nasty. In baseball, occasionally a ball gets thrown by the pitcher that is so good, so perfectly placed, so unbelievable, the announcer calls it nasty. The opposing batter doesn't have much chance of hitting it, but ...


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