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Perfume Tree were originally a group of disc jockeys from Vancouver (Canada) who used to perform live shows at the border between Throbbing Gristle's industrial music, dub and hip hop. The core of Pete Lutwyche (samples, guitar, beats), Jane Tilley (vocals, guitar) and Bruce Turpin (mix, samples) got together in 1991 and coined the moniker Perfume Tree. Bell Jar, on the cassette album Dust (Zulu, 1992), and the EP Remote (Zulu, 1993) established their credentials, expanding gradually from a "rockier"… read more

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  • <333 *A*
  • I can't imagine how many incredible bands like Perfume Tree go undiscovered and unappreciated. (2)
  • Great discovery for me!
  • neat band
  • Бездарная и редкостная хуета
  • v I think they are discovered and appreciated, just not as much as you'd like them to be. The way I see it: If an artist appreciates his or her own art, then that is true success. Set popularity aside.
  • I can't imagine how many incredible bands like Perfume Tree go undiscovered and unappreciated.
  • It will be pleasant to those who never listened to music
  • grandios
  • I will forever have an undying love for them. Perfume Tree has taken me through some of the roughest stuff I have been through so far in life, and the memory attached to each song will never be lost. Ever beautiful, and ever haunting...

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