THRASHOLE is a new-age supergroup led by a revolving door of female emcees whose collective sound taps into the murky underbelly of hip-hop. Their lead single “You Want Her” (prod. Nova Rockafeller) features a maniacal array of foreboding bars from Nova, The Buttress, and Blimes Brixton, all laced together by a hook whose demonic vocal asks “don’t you remember me?” The track’s music video is an equally grim, found-footage esque take that provides a glimpse at the eerie world they inhabit.
Nova is a rapper whose eccentric solo work led to signing a deal with the legendary Boardwalk Records, a residency at the Los Angeles staple Low End Theory, and tours alongside Insane Clown Posse and All Time Low alike. With an output inspired by her anger and an intrinsic need to succeed, she’s riding high off aggressive releases like the recently debuted “Jesus On My Neck”. The Buttress is a multifaceted artist from New Jersey who’s slated to release her second, entirely self-produced album in 2018 after starring in Flying Lotus’ breakout film Kuso (which also featured an appearance from Nova). As for Blimes, she’s an emcee who’s prepared to release a new solo record titled Castles on the heels of her viral single “Come Correct”. Her work has led to collaborations with Method Man, Too Short, and Warren G, not to mention it’s allowed her to found Peach House Records which curates a roster of talented women within the music industry.