When we talk about music players, in Linux we could say that we have thousands, an infinite number of forks, half forks and some players that do not even deserve to be mentioned because they are either not very functional or have an indecent interface.
When we remember songbird, many will remember a good player that has been discontinued for Linux, the excuse of its developers is that they wanted to spend more time on other platforms and well, this did not sit well with the Linuxera community.
That is why at that time a fork was created, nightingale, of which almost nothing was known until recently, but we finally have a new release of this player, which promises, promises and a lot.
Its integration with lastfm, its interface, its possibility of plugins, and above all the possibility of browsing the internet, watching videos on YouTube, listening to music from grooveshark or shoutcast directly from the player do it for now, one of the interesting alternatives and in my modest Opinion, if they added spotify support in the near future, I could fight real monsters like clementine, tomahawk or amarok.
Here you have a demonstrative video: