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Kill the Wolf

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Gather Up
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Devil Inside Me
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Fallen Angel
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Medicine
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Wolf Quartet*
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Solstice
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October Sun
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The Signs
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Knock Knock
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Bonfire
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Village Dance
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Farewell Summer Sun
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Total Tracks: 12   Total Length: 45:35

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Amber Cowan

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Amber Cowan has spent 15 years interviewing rock and pop artists for UK publications including The Times, Metro and the Evening Standard, among many others. She...more »

07.17.13
Matt Berry, Kill the Wolf
2013 | Label: Acid Jazz Records / The Orchard

Matt Berry, star of The IT Crowd, isn’t your usual actor-turned-singer. For almost a decade, the comedian with the larger-than-life voice — it’s hard to look at him and not hear Douglas Reynholm booming “Jen!” — has been quietly releasing albums that indulge a decidedly uncommercial obsession with British folk rock and ’70s horror. His fifth, Kill the Wolf, is a beautiful, bewitching set that sounds as gloriously authentic as anything released pre-1974, about “the… read more »

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Soundtrack to a movie never made

Profbeaker

Now if he could just make the movie to accompany this, we could have a fab soundtrack! Calls to mind the Wicker Man and other slightly off kilter movies in a good way.

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Interview: Matt Berry

By Amber Cowan, Contributor

Matt Berry, star of The IT Crowd, isn't your usual actor-turned-singer. For almost a decade, the comedian with the larger-than-life voice — it's hard not to look at him and hear Douglas Reynholm booming "Jen!" — has been quietly releasing albums that indulge a decidedly uncommercial obsession with British folk rock and '70s horror. His fifth, Kill the Wolf, is a beautiful, bewitching set that sounds as gloriously authentic as anything released pre-1974, about "the… more »