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Scrapes good music off Reddit, makes a spotify playlist

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listentoeverything Pypi Updates

Scrapes good music off Reddit, makes a spotify playlist

Installation and Usage

via pip:

pip install listentoeverything

via source:

git clone
cd listentoeverything
pip install -r requirements.txt

Then run:

python listentoeverything/ --config_file <config_file.yml>


You will need to sign up to the Spotify API and reddit API.

They will issue you with various authorisation keys which you need to specify in the config file (default location is ~/.listen).

   client_id: <Your key>
   client_secret: <Your key>
   user_agent: listenonspotify
   username: <Your reddit username>
   password: <Your pass>
   username: <Your spotify username>
   scope: playlist-modify-public
   client_id: <Your key>
   client_secret: <Your key>
   redirect_uri: http://localhost/

Spotify login

Spotify requires users to authorise 3rd party programs through the website. Normally the first time you run this script it will open a web browser and redirect you to spotify, where a user would need to click authorise. Then it will come back to a redirect URL. As this isn’t a website, I just send it back to localhost.


The script will want to know what the URL was, including the code. So copy this from the address bar and paste in the prompt.


The token will be cached for a while so you do not need to do this every time.


listentoeverything is free software under the GNU General Public License v3.


This package was created with Cookiecutter and the audreyr/cookiecutter-pypackage project template.


0.1.0 (2019-03-17)

  • First release on PyPI.

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