spicetify community themes
Some of the themes are not working properly due to a recent Spotify update. Spicetify community is aware of that and everyone is working hard to fix them, so please do not open new issues.
This is a collection of themes for spicetify, a command-line tool to customize Spotify.
You can add your own theme simply by opening a Pull Request (more info in CONTRIBUTING.md).
You can find a preview of all the themes in THEMES.md.
- These themes require you to have the latest version of Spotify and Spicetify.
- To install Dribbblish and Turntable, follow the instructions in their READMEs.
- Spotify ad-blocked version is not supported.
Installation and usage
(If you use Arch Linux you can find this project on the AUR)
Clone this repository. Make sure git is installed and run:
git clone https://github.com/morpheusthewhite/spicetify-themes.git
Copy the files into the Spicetify Themes folder. Run:
cd spicetify-themes cp -r * ~/.config/spicetify/Themes
cd spicetify-themes cp -r * ~/spicetify_data/Themes
cd spicetify-themes cp * "$(spicetify -c | Split-Path)\Themes\" -Recurse
Choose which theme to apply just by running:
spicetify config current_theme THEME_NAME
Some themes have 2 or more different color schemes. After selecting the theme you can switch between them with:
spicetify config color_scheme SCHEME_NAME
_Extra folder contains additional resources for tweaking the look of Spotify. More info in its README.
We've set up a separate document for our contribution guidelines.
Do not open issues for general support questions as we want to keep GitHub issues for bug reports and feature requests. If you find problems when using or installing these themes, or you need help in modifying a theme then ask for suggestions on the subreddit.
Use GitHub issues ONLY for bugs and requesting new features.
If you are unsure about which channel to use, go for Reddit.