Friend of the site, Daniel Collin has finally unveiled a project he has been working on: A cross-platform (Windows, Mac OS, Linux) music player specifically for demoscene-centric formats! It's still early days, but he's hoping announcing it now will help with participation from the scene (and the rest of the world), so start adding some issues for features you'd want to see, any bugs you may encounter, and if this project interests you on a code level, it's written in Rust and your code contributions are also more than welcome!
Announcement on twitter: https://twitter.com/daniel_collin/status/958349902811103232
GitHub page: https://github.com/emoon/HippoPlayer
Early builds: http://hippoplayer.s3.eu-west-3.amazonaws.com/list.html?sort=lastmod&sortdir=desc
Recently, a new webplayer appeared for playing tunes directly off Modland, by way of the libxmp library. Ofcourse, Modland containing as vast a selection of tunes as it does, only a subset of tracker tunes are available, but it's still 161 thousand at the time of writing, so you're not too bad off. You can basically just set it off, and it finds random songs to play, making your own random demoscene music radio station.
I'm sure the author of the webpage, schugo, appreciates any feedback you can give him, so please let him know his project rocks :)
For 20 years TMDC (aka Text Mode Demo Compo) has been celebrating the fine art of making demos in text mode only. The results and files of the latest edition have just been released. Enjoy!