Tonight! Kill Miss Pretty, Murderous Rampage, Dooms de Pop at Poor House

In the latest edition of Florida? Yeah!, curated by Fort Lauderdale arts collective the Bubble, Boynton Beach dark-wavers Kill Miss Pretty headline a varied local bill. Fresh off an appearance at Exxxotica in Miami in mid-May, the vivacious Alicia Olink and band are working a new single, "Judy Garland," a collaboration with Marilyn Manson cofounder Daisy Berkowitz, which will be featured on the band's forthcoming album. Judging by a recent unsettling but still sexy photo shoot with local artist Francesco LoCastro, the trio is still just as engaging to admire visually as it is to hear.

Revving up the night's intensity will be the always-humble and

completely merciless metal racket of Murderous Rampage -- they are

looking for a full-time drummer, by the way. Plus, Dooms de Pop,

featuring Florida? Yeah! Organizer Garo Gallo on vocals and guitar, will

add its crunchy power-pop attack.

With Murderous Rampage and Dooms de Pop. 10 p.m. Saturday, May 29, at

the Poor House, 110 Nugent Ave., Fort Lauderdale. Admission is free.

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Reed Fischer
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