A music player for the console, in Node.
npm i -g angrplayr
angrplayr uses MPlayer under the
hood, so you'll need that installed as well. This module will fail to install if
you don't have
mplayer in your path somewhere.
angrplayr requires at least Node verson 6 and does not work on Windows.
- No playlists
- No shuffle
- No streaming
- No video
- No GUI
- No remote control
This will open a file explorer in your terminal. Use arrows to find an audio
file, and hit
enter to play.
space: immediately play selected file
p: toggle paused/playing
.: volume up
,: volume down
;: seek back
': seek forward
angrplayr will read from a config file if it exists.
The config file must be valid JSON at
I really love MOC, but I use a Mac sometimes and audio on Macs is a little weird.
I also love MPlayer, but it's a bit unfriendly sometimes.
angrplayr is meant to fit somewhere in between more full-featured audio
programs like CMus and MOC and command-line clients like MPlayer and MPV. Most
of the time I don't need playlists, streaming, remote control, or other
features; I just want to play audio.
- Fix jumping tracks when changing selection in the middle of playing
- File browsing above cwd
- Improve UI:
- Fix progress bar jump at beginning of playback
- Fix progress bar not showing up depending on size of terminal