Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Artist Page

Please check out my new artist page on myspace:

Posted some pics and 3 tracks. Thanks!

Thursday, October 15, 2009

LiO - Episode 2 Yaki Niku

Episode 2 of LiO. Enjoy!

Monday, September 28, 2009

LiO - Luis in Osaka Episode 1

Sitting on a plane on my way back to Japan I was trying to think of a way to share my misadventures here with my friends and family back home. After a coulpe of red wines and a irish coffee, Luis in Osaka was I can come up with.

This my first episode of LiO. Enjoy.

Saturday, September 12, 2009

Takedao Tunnel Art Event 2009

Also on the 20th, I'll be taking part in the Takedao Tunnel Art Event. Brought to us by Charles-√Čric Billard, a man who seems to have his hand in every art pie in town, this event takes place in the abandoned tunnels of the of the old JR line in the mountains towards the Sanda area. A couple of years ago I attended this event and came away with a great experience. Now I have the pleasure to participate in it. So if you're free, enjoy art and music and the avant garde, please come on down.

Starting at 1pm, check out the flyer. Check out the flyer attached.

Thursday, September 03, 2009

Kansai Music Conference

Friend and music promoter Duane Levi has been working hard hard in Japan the last few years to bring the best possible foreign music acts to the shores of Japan. The Kansai Music Conference is the spawn of his efforts and it will come to fruition Saturday, September 19 and Sunday, the 20 in Osaka. I will be performing on the 20th, at 8pm in the Blue Monk Cafe in Hommachi. Please follow the following links for more info onthe conference and acts that will be performing. Hope to see you all there!



Hanibal in September

After a nice long vacation, I'm back to the real world that is Nippon.

Some Hanibal Music dates for September:

9/20, Kansai Music Conference, Blue Monk Cafe, Honmachi, 8pm, doors at 7pm www.kansaimusicconference.com

9/25, Common Cafe, Nakazaki Cho, Umeda, doors and food at 7pm Common Cafe

Hope to see you there! Thanks!

Thursday, June 25, 2009

Ginger Leek Chicken

Even before my days in Japan, I’ve had a long affinity to ginger root: cookies, sugar cured candy, tea, in green curry and of course as a soft drink (natural, not the Canada Dry stuff). Recently, I set out to try to make an original recipe using a lot of ginger.

Ginger Leek Chicken

1 piece about palm size ginger, minced or sliced
2 cloves or garlic minced
1 leek, sliced
3 table spoons of olive oil
200-300grams (8-10 ounces) of boneless chicken thighs
1/4 cup of white wine
2 tablespoons of nanpura
2 tablespoons of oyster sauce
salt and pepper

In a medium pan, heat up the ginger, garlic and sliced leek with the olive oil until the leek starts to get a slight golden color. Cut the chicken into bite size chunks and season with salt and pepper. When the leek is ready(slight gold color), add the chicken, white wine, nanpura and oyster sauce, cover and lower the heat to a low flame. Let simmer for 10-12 minutes(internal temperature of at least 74/165 degrees C/F, stirring occasionally. Serve over salad, rice noodles, risotto or rice.