In a try to go back to my roots, lately, I'm using the terminal as much as I can and it's being a real pleasure. Even to listen music.
My consumption habits - talking about music - mostly go through youtube and local music, it depends on the situation. I was used to open whatever browser for youtube and whatever music player for local files (vlc, itunes...). Both (browsers and music players) are RAM drainers, so looked for a lighter solution.
I've found cmus as a really small and fast console music player, and it was so beautiful for my eyes so install and enjoy. If you're using OSX I recommend you to install cmus-osx too, it gives you the control of cmus using the media keys on the keyboard, it's a must.
$ brew install cmus $ git clone https://github.com/azadkuh/cmus-osx.git $ cd cmus-osx $ pip3 install -r requirements.txt $ ./setup.py install $ cmus
On the youtube hand the best I've found was mps-youtube (
mpsyt), a terminal based youtube player and downloader. It works with
youtube-dl on background and it's able to search and play audio/video from youtube, create and import/export playlists... Enough for me.
$ brew install mpv youtube-dl mps-youtube $ mpsyt
Enjoy the music from the dark side.