Desktop music player focused on streaming from free sources
Support channel (Matrix):
Discord channel: https://discord.gg/JqPjKxE
What is this?
nuclear is a free music streaming program that pulls content from free sources all over the internet.
If you know mps-youtube, this is a similar music player but with a GUI. It's also focusing more on audio. Imagine Spotify which you don't have to pay for and with a bigger library.
What if I am religiously opposed to Electron?
- Searching for and playing music from YouTube (including integration with playlists), Jamendo, and SoundCloud
- Searching for albums (powered by Last.fm and Discogs), album view, automatic song lookup based on artist and track name (in progress, can be dodgy sometimes)
- Song queue, which can be exported as a playlist
- Loading saved playlists (stored in json files)
- Scrobbling to last.fm (along with updating the 'now playing' status)
- Newest releases with reviews - tracks and albums
- Browsing by genre
- Radio mode (automatically queue similar tracks)
- Unlimited downloads (powered by youtube)
- Realtime lyrics
- Browsing by popularity
- List of favorite tracks
- Listening from local library
Manual and docs
Here's a list of packages for various managers, most of which are maintained by third parties. We would like to thank the maintainers for their work.
|Flatpak||(to be approved)||advaithm|
big thanks to ayyeve for letting me (advaithm) use her server as a compile machine.
Nuclear has already been translated to several languages, and we're always looking for contributors who would like to add more. Below is a list of currently available languages, along with contributors who helped to translate Nuclear to that language.
First of all, be sure to check out the Contribution Wiki Page.
$ npm install # installs dependencies $ npm start
A new window should open that will load the web app and run Nuclear.
To build for current operating system:
$ lerna bootstrap $ npm run build
build you can use
build:all to build for all operating systems. The binaries will be in
It's also possible to run the development environment using docker containers, but this should be considered experimental.
You will need docker and docker-compose. You need to allow the root user to connect to X11 display, and then you can run docker-compose:
$ xhost SI:localuser:root $ sudo docker-compose up dev
As of now you can also build a flatpak version. You will need to install gobject-introspection, and flatpak-builder. After this you will need to install the runtimes and depedencies required by flatapk-builder for the compile process. You will need the 19.08 version of these flatpaks.
$ flatpak install flathub org.freedesktop.Platform $ flatpak install flathub org.freedesktop.Sdk $ flatpak install flathub io.atom.electron.BaseApp
Next, to build the project (use the
--verbose flag to get more output):
$ flatpak-builder build-dir org.js.nuclear.Nuclear.json
To run the built app:
$ flatpak-builder --run build-dir org.js.nuclear.Nuclear.json run.sh
You can turn the app to a local repo. currently the file builds the latest release.
This will be updated as the program evolves.
This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU Affero General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.