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Yeah, Clementine has been my main music player since i begun using Gnu/Linux about six years back. I've been mainly using Kde in that time though. Recently Opensuse switched to PLasma 5 and i'm not a fan of its implementation so i switched over to Gnome, but i found its extensions kept clashing and crashing the shell so i learned up about tiling window managers and now use Mate with Xmonad. Using a gtk+ desktop environment, i wanted to exclude QT programs as much as possible for integration purposes, which is why i have shied away from Clementine. It is a great music player though; I have voted for it on the polls every year.
I like both of these players because they are simple, have a easy to navigate interface and have the ability to show lyrics. The latter is a luxury feature, but it something i like to have, lol. I don't mind audacious either, but when i'm using it, it bugs me that i can't press any of the sorting categories (eg: title, artist, album, ect) to swap the sorting method.
I just read up on those two players and Quod Libet seems pretty nice too. Currently my internet is slow, so once my data limit is refreshed next week i'll install it and see what it's like. Thanks for the suggestions, mate.