NAGA BUAH: An Ecofeminist Music Project by Kodi Twiner
NAGA BUAH is the collision of rage and love. It creates a space where softness can be remembered, binaries are blurred, and rage can be recognised as love.
Kodi Twiner, as NAGA BUAH, crafts a timely and honest onstage exploration of ecofeminism, and how her experience as an activist, artist and above all, as a woman, crash into her ideals of equality, justice and love of nature, in all it’s biodiversity.
NAGA BUAH moves from macro to micro, to the moon, to the mud, with songs that empower the personal as political, self-care as an act of revolution, and resistance more fertile than ever.
Conceptualised as a multidisciplinary live show, NAGA BUAH, is at the pulse of contemporary creative expression.
Kodi’s voice weaves magic among misery, with depth, fragility and outstanding technical ability. Her compositions invoke jazz-infused r’n’b, blended with pop sensibility; hints of neo-soul blossom throughout. NAGA BUAH confirms Kodi’s stronghold as a formidable vocalist and composer in the contemporary scene.