The 13 Best Music Players for Ubuntu & Linux Mint
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In this article, we have put together a list of some of the most popular music players that you can install on your system and play your favorite music.

@Kamui
210M

I use Strawberry because one of the youtubers I follow uses it -lol- I’ve used Lollypop before when I was distro-hopping. It’s pretty nice. I think I’ll try out some of these other ones, like Amarok.

Nice to see Strawberry on the list, it should replace Clementine because, well, Clementine is no longer developed and Strawberry is a fork of Clementine.

Also, very happy to see my former favourite DeaDBeef on a list, I might give it a go again.

art
210M

Lollypop has been my goto for a hot minute. Sometimes I’ll use cmus in a tmux session if I want to just load up some songs and hide the player.

@pfuender
210M

To keep all the streaming services (Spotify, Tidal, Deezer etc.) consolidated, I use MellowPlayer.

@ajz
creator
210M

Haven’t heard of that one till now. How does it compare to https://tizonia.org/ ?

@pfuender
210M

Never heard of tizonia either ;-) CLI vs GUI… Anyway, I mainly use Tidal and currently there’s no support in tizonia from what I can see.

@ajz
creator
210M

ok :) TIL : Tidal, a subscription-based music, podcast and video streaming service that combines lossless audio and high-definition music videos with exclusive content and special features on music.

Celementine is really good, I use it for my music. Also amarok: “It comes with a visually-appealing UI that easy to use and navigate.” lol

@ajz
creator
110M

I am currently super charmed by Cantata, mpd client. And setting up the mpd server on a Rpi was not rocket-science. https://github.com/CDrummond/cantata/wiki/About-Cantata

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