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How ‘The Sinner’ Turned One Song Into a Terrifying Murder Clue and the Show’s Secret Weapon

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How ‘The Sinner’ Turned One Song Into a Terrifying Murder Clue and the Show’s Secret Weapon
Distill the guilt, pain and trauma of a horrific crime into song form and you’ll probably get something close to “Huggin & Kissin.”

Over the course of seven episodes, the percussive, persistent electronic onslaught of Big Black Delta’s catchiest, eeriest song is one of the secret weapons of USA’s summer hit show “The Sinner.” Though the song has been a part of the show from the beginning, most notably as the soundtrack to the beach stabbing that kicks off the show’s story, Wednesday night’s “Part VII” finally revealed the song’s true connection to the plot.

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In the world of “The Sinner,” “Huggin & Kissin” is the creation of Frankie Belmont (Eric Todd) and J.D. Lambert (Jacob Pitts), two characters we now know
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TV highlights 20/04/2012

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Unreported World | BBC Young Musician 2012 | Lip Service | Piers Morgan's Life Stories: Frank Bruno | Dexter

Unreported World

7.30pm, Channel 4

This is the story of the Baghdad Bomb Squad, a team of highly trained Iraqi policemen on ordinary police salaries performing one of the most gut-churningly frightening jobs on the planet. "Death usually comes to people," says one member of this dedicated band of disposal experts, "but we go to death." Channel 4 News's Krishnan Guru-Murthy fronts what, at less than half an hour, is a ludicrously brief report on something so gripping. Three of these back-to-back might get somewhere near the gravity of the subject matter. Ben Arnold

BBC Young Musician 2012

7.30pm, BBC4

The contest reaches the final of the brass category, in which tonight's contestants are trumpeter Elzbieta Young, bass trombonist Alexander Kelly, French horn player Elizabeth Tocknell, tuba-parper Christopher Dunn and Jonathan Bates on the E flat tenor horn.
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Artists We Like: The White Sea

By Zachary Swickey

“Wow” was the first thing that came to mind upon my first listening to The White Sea’s debut five-song Ep. It is clear the work has been meticulously crafted with sweeping soundscapes that will swallow you whole. The schizophrenic nature of the wide-ranging pop sound is a large part of its appeal. One moment you will be dancing and shouting along to “Ladykiller” (which is killer indeed), and you’ll be grinning along to the bouncing charm of “Overdrawn” the very next. But who is White Sea?

White Sea is the Alaska-born Morgan Kibby, who lists cheese, wine and analog synths as some of her favorite things and even used to have the rad job of restoring art. On her blog, she muses on the things that inspire her and truly connects with fans on a creative level, often providing short anecdotes and updates. Kibby’s
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