MAYBEWISE

Real Name: Peter Morrow

If you had to ask Peter and Patrick what their music sounds like, they’d probably have a hard time putting their answer into words. As natural sound/touch synesthetes, chances are they’d much prefer to describe it in terms of feels. Or maybe just the things they hit with sticks to make silly noises.

Peter and his leporine familiar, Patrick, are MAYBEWISE, an exploration into the more visceral corners of the future bass scene, walking through a contemplative blur between abstract space and dark UK club. Welcome to the Fishbowl, released on the Belgian Man Records imprint on 5/31/14, is at once a culmination and deconstruction of 10 years of intake and output, finding a strange place where autonomic, UKG, and oldskool dubstep can all play together.

When not recording funny sounds in the park, Peter and Patrick can be found in the left part of Philadelphia.

MAYBEWISE at TRUEWAVE Events
2014-08-29

MAYBEWISE

MAYBEWISE is playing at TRUEWAVE on the 29th of August, along with Flamingosis, and Louis Futon.

You know what they say. The first taste is sweet. But the second is the one that gets you hooked. TRUEWAVE is back like trapper keepers and lunchline cuts. We’d like to thank everyone who supported us with the first edition. Big Time Vibes. This time around we’ve tightened up a few things and brought on a few new residents. You can expect enhanced party visuals, songs that probably won’t wobble, vibes so thick you need 3 Slurpee straws, and room to actually dance. So drop by again Philly. No pressure. We’ll just be chillin.

Truly yours, TRUEWAVE

You can get tickets on eventbrite, or find more deets on TRUEWAVE’s Facebook

MAYBEWISE interview in Future Classics Press
2014-07-13

MAYBEWISE

Future Classics posted an interview of MAYBEWISE’s EP, Welcome To The Fishbowl:

How long has MAYBEWISE been in effect? And where did the moniker come into play?

Welcome to the Fishbowl marks the first release of the MAYBEWISE venture, but Peter has been producing and djing for nearly a decade, going under a number of other monikers and concepts. Patrick is pretty new to the game, but he brings the X factor and the life of the party.

The concept for the project started as an exercise in synergizing all the different styles of UK bass music we liked and then kind of took on a personality of its own.

How does the duo function, i.e. what roles do each of you share or assume?

Our process really has two stages: Sample gathering and production.

Most of our sounds are field recordings (percussion especially), so we go out pretty often to random places and record ourselves hitting things with sticks. A recent trip to Home Depot was a highlight; you walk around there and you’ll realize its just a giant warehouse of percussion. Other times we’ll just watch old movies and record the sounds we like. Our personal sample library is massive.

When it comes to studio work, Patrick is the wildcard. He usually comes up with a number of substance-fueled sketches on any given night and then Peter polishes them up while Patrick sleeps off the debauchery.

Catch the rest of the interview over on Future Classics

Welcome to the Fishbowl EP
2014-05-31

MAYBEWISE: Producer

If you had to ask Peter and Patrick what their music sounds like, they’d probably have a hard time putting their answer into words. As natural sound/touch synesthetes, chances are they’d much prefer to describe it in terms of feels. Or maybe just the things they hit with sticks to make silly noises.

Peter and his leporine familiar, Patrick, are MAYBEWISE, an exploration into the more visceral corners of the future bass scene, walking through a contemplative blur between abstract space and dark UK club. Welcome to the Fishbowl, released on the Belgian Man Records imprint on 5/31/14, is at once a culmination and deconstruction of 10 years of intake and output, finding a strange place where autonomic, UKG, and oldskool dubstep can all play together.

When not recording funny sounds in the park, Peter and Patrick can be found in the left part of Philadelphia.

Credits

Art: Chris Johst http://blgn.mn/bumstead Mastering: Luc Lacerte http://blgn.mn/luc

http://blgn.mn/maybewise

MAYBEWISE in The Ripe Press
2014-05-25

MAYBEWISE

Marcus at The Ripe posted a fantastic write-up of MAYBEWISE’s new single, No One Else:

Maybewise are Peter and Patrick from West Philadelphia who make future bass music that᾿s not far removed from Disclosure᾿s 2011 Carnival EP. A collection of tracks focused more on simple vocal hooks and sample, not the structured verse/chorus songs of their debut album Settle.

᾿No One Else᾿ comes off the duos forthcoming EP ᾿Welcome To The Fishbowl᾿ out May 31st via Belgian Man Records and it᾿s incredibly hard to dislike.

The track is produced in good UK bass taste, every layer is dabbled lightly and even when the arrangement gets really busy towards the end, you never find yourself suffocating and searching for air. It᾿s a safe bet house party track that will have your friends asking “who is this?”.

Check it out over at The Ripe. Thanks, Marcus!