Tag / Reed Hays

Happy New Year!

Here’s a little something to ease you into 2019…

VeryRecords is proud to present ‘Cello and No Buchla’, a piece composed and performed by Reed Hays from VeryRecords artists Reed & Caroline.

The track features cello, Organelle and Mutable Instrument Modules controlled by the Verbos Touchplate Keyboard… we hope you like it.


The new video to accompany Reed & Caroline’s Internet of Things is online now…

VeryRecords has today revealed a brand new video to accompany Reed & Caroline‘s new track Internet of Things which features on their new album Hello Science, which is available now.

• Before
• Dark Matter
• Buoyancy
• Another Solar System
• It’s Science
• Digital Trash
• Ocean
• Entropy
• Computers
• Internet Of Things
• Continuous Interfold
• Metatron
• Before (Vince Clarke Remix)

The Digital Download format is available to order now as an MP3 from iTunes and all good online retailers. The album is also available as a high quality WAV download from the online shop.

The limited-edition CD format is available in the online shop while stocks last.

Two Bald Blokes And A Buchla… Vince Clarke interviews Reed & Caroline's Reed Hays

Reed & Caroline‘s debut album Buchla and Singing is available now as a digital download and as a limited-edition CD.

• Singularity (We Bond)
• Washing Machine
• Electrons
• Spinned
• John and Rene
• Nightmarf
• Henry the Worm
• Rene’s Red Room
• Harmonic Generator
• Oh My Dog
• Talking Blanket
• Singularity (We Bond) [Bright Light Bright Light Remix]
• Electrons [Vince Clarke Remix]

The Fader premiere Harmonic Generator from Reed & Caroline's debut album Buchla and Singing

Online magazine The Fader have today premiered a track from Reed & Caroline’s Buchla and Singing, VeryRecords’ second album release, which is released tomorrow (October 14th) on CD and via download.

The stream of the track Harmonic Generator is accompanied by a short piece which includes interview material from VeryRecords’ Vince Clarke as well as Reed & Caroline’s Reed Hays.

You can read the article, and listen to Harmonic Generator right now at The Fader.