You will find a number of album singles for free download below, as well as a couple of longer unreleased pieces. To download, right-click and save on the song titles. Keep in mind that I’m currently adding free music at the rate of about an hour a week in the form of the MoShang Live Online Podcast, so check back regularly.
You are welcome to share, remix, use in your YouTube videos, and otherwise go wild with these tracks as long as you give me credit and don’t make money from using them. Click on the CC button to learn more about the Attribution-Noncommercial 2.5 Taiwan license.
In 2009 this track was selected as winner in the audio category of the Ubuntu 9.04 Free Culture Showcase to be distributed with the OS.
Features the voice of Nego Elias from a composition by fellow Brazilian C Dala.
Fort Minor – Remember the Name – Chinese Chill Mix (download the complete album for free from Asian Variations)
This is one of 14 of remixes that were released as the free Asian Variations album (follow the link above to download them all). The Fort Minor samples used in this version are used by permission under a Creative Commons license. Original copyright is held by Fort Minor, Warner Bros. Records, and Machine Shop.
An upbeat track featuring an elliptic flute melody, a jazzy Rhodes solo and seductive spoken Mongolian vocals, all held together by the djembe song, Soli…
A lilting Erhu melody over a laidback Latin groove…
Everyone has their comfort zone – welcome to mine…
A blue-truck blares an ad in the streets of Taichung – MoShang is ready with his minidisk…
A joyous song that captures the spirit and vitality of Chinese festivals.
An improvised jam with me on windcontroller and Ableton Live and Chris Bailey on guitar, recorded at Mojo Retro (Taichung) on November 21st, 2008. This was the catalyst for the Suncake Lounge series of albums – Vol.1 is now available from the Suncake Lounge website.
This is a Live mix incorporating sound-bites collected at The Big Question conference in Taipei (Nov. 15th, 2008) – I went around before the show asking random audience members for short sound-bites to use in the mix.
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