MOC (music on console) is a text-based music player application, so this application can be run through the Terminal, I use MOC as a music player on Linux, the reason is because it is text-based so it saves more RAM. The MOC view is divided into two parts, the left side of the file browser and the right of the playlist.
You can install MOC directly from the repository of the Linux distribution you are using or visit the MOC website.
I use a Debian derived distro, for different distros please adjust.
$ sudo apt-get install moc moc-ffmpeg-plugin
Using MOC is also very easy, just open a terminal then type mocp, then follow these steps:
Because it is text-based so using MOC does not use a mouse, it uses the keyboard more.
MOC has 9 (nine) themes, try typing this command in the terminal.
$ cd /usr/share/moc/themesthen, type ls then enter
black_theme green_theme red_theme
darkdot_theme moca_theme transparent-background
example_theme nightly_theme yellow_red_theme
$ mocp -T /usr/share/moc/themes/transparent-background