"KMP channels [their] sexual energy through varied bedfellows – early ’90s industrial distortion, gritty synthetic riffs, and dalliances with glam – to produce an evolved poke at modern club rock. Add in LSD-inspired stage outfits and a legion of 3D and online followers, and well, hell. You’ve got all the makings of a revolution."
Palm Beach Post
"Danceable, captivating, and theatrical, KMP is a treat for those of us who need a little glam in our lives."
Broward Palm Beach New Times
"Say hello to the land of creepy, edgy, Candyland fun, where everyday is Halloween and nighttime is no exception: it’s the world of Kill Miss Pretty. South Florida locals KMP are tearing the ass out of your so called rock ’n’ roll, making waves, getting themselves on most every festival that comes through the Sunshine State and attracting various labels’interest."
The Lead Miami Beach
"The group's recent CD, "Permission for Strange," presents a band in full, capturing the playful energy of its live performances, the musicians' confident songwriting (particularly on the single "Drawing Pictures of Haunted Houses With You") and the singer's coquettish charisma."
City Link Magazine
"lead singer, Alicia Olink, was (and still is, in fact) seen as an indie darling on the rise. With a voice that's part nursery-school and part raunch, Olink is charismatic and alluring enough vocally to create a buzz all on her own"
New Times Magazine
“Blending influences like Nirvana, the Moldy Peaches, Fugazi and PJ Harvey with programmed drums gives KMP's rock sound a macabre but strangely sexy electro edge.”
"Taking the trio’s over-the-top “theme” shows into consideration, Kill Miss Pretty could carve out a future in college radio"
“...concentrating on anything other than the trio proved difficult...when it took the stage dressed in an Alice in Wonderland theme. Alicia wore a scandalously short Alice costume, which she claimed to have made herself, Russ dressed up as the Mad Hatter and Davis wore a head-to-toe rabbit costume.”
City Link Magazine