Perfume Tree

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Perfume Tree
Origin Vancouver, British Columbia
Genres Ambient, electronica, techno, trip hop, downtempo, chill out, drum and bass, ethereal
Years active 1991 - 1999
Labels Minimum Records
Members Pete Lutwyche - programming, guitars, keyboards
Jane Tilley - vocals, bass, guitar
Also: Bruce Turpin - live beat mixing
Ian MacLachlan - programming
Melissa McCabe - bass
Adam Sloan - bass
Jim Peers - bass
Martin Bell - bass/ Bubbles - mews

Perfume Tree was a band from Vancouver, British Columbia that existed from 1991 until December 1999.[1] Originally a group of disc jockeys from the University of British Columbia's campus radio station, CITR, members Jane Tilley and Pete Lutwyche went on to form Veloce with Ian MacLachlan.[2]

The song Uneasy, from the album A Lifetime Away, appeared on the soundtrack to the 2007 film Weirdsville.[3]

The samples "Don't you believe in anything?" and "The future's not so bad, have faith in me" from the song Aircraft Engines on The Sun's Running Out are Ace from the Doctor Who episode The Curse of Fenric when she speaks to the Vicar in the empty church.



  • Dust - Zulu Records, 1992
  • Remote EP - Zulu Records, 1993
  • The Sun's Running Out - Zulu Records, 1994
  • A Lifetime Away - Zulu Records, 1995
  • Fathom the Sky EP - World Domination Records, 1995
  • Tides Out - World Domination Records, 1997
  • Feeler - World Domination Records, 1998
  • Felt - World Domination Records, 2000


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