DJ Lazy is a command-line tool to remove the burden of staying up to date with the latest music.
Allmusic.com puts out a fresh list of new releases once a week. Once that list is up on their website you can run dj-lazy in your command line to add all available tracks on Spotify to a new Spotify playlist.
npm install -g dj-lazy
To use DJ Lazy you first need a clientId and clientSecret token so DJ Lazy can use the Spotify Web API.
- Go to Spotify's Developer Portal, login, and go to My Apps
- Follow the steps to create a new app. In the Redirect URIs field add "http://localhost:8085/spotify-auth" and click Save (this allows DJ lazy to retrieve your authentication token)
- Store your clientId and clientSecret as ENV variables as:
Note: DJ Lazy requires an authentication token from Spotify on every run to make changes to your account. Therefore DJ Lazy will open a browser window to authenticate you. If you are already authenticated the window will open and subsequently close.
-m, --max : Max number of albums to add-s, --status : Playlist status, either public or private
- Get music from Allmusic's genre pages
- Add more music sources
- Don't get new auth token every time
- Prevent duplicate playlists
- Progress bar instead of logging