Kill Miss Pretty Make Catalog Available Online for Free, Play Saturday at Artopia

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Boynton Beach's raunch-punksters Kill Miss Pretty announced Sunday via Twitter that they are giving away their two albums, Permission for Strange and 2006 EP Bite Your Tongue, for free. The trio, which consists of vocalist Alicia, guitarist Russ, and bassist Martin, blend indie rock and electro for a sideshow that is one part carnival, one part sex (mainly on Alicia's part), and one part glam. They were part of the huge Halloween party, Moonfest, and are scheduled to play Saturday at New Times' fashion/art/music soiree Artopia.

Click here to download the band's music.

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