I have been in the habit of sitting in Discord voice channels during late hours as I solo queue some sweaty ranked matches in Rainbow Six Siege. So, I have tested my fair share of Discord music bots. Here is a list of the 8 best music bots you can currently use in Discord based on my experience.
This list was finalized based on how easy the bot is to use, being error-free, streaming music seamlessly, and getting constant QOC updates. So let’s take a look at some of the finest music bots available on Discord!
JockieMusic is a very flexible Discord music bot that allows up to four bots to play simultaneously on different channels. It’s a powerful bot that supports multiple popular sites like Spotify, Tidal, Deezer, Apple Music, Soundcloud, and Twitch, among a handful of others.
They also offer a paid premium service that allows you to access extra features and use up to five JockieMusic bots.
Next up, we have Uzox, a very powerful music bot that lets you use premium tier features for free. The bot is up 24/7 and supports music streaming on a wide range of platforms such as Apple Music, Spotify, SoundCloud, etc.
This bot lets you use filters like bass boost, 8D audio, and Nightcore to enhance your listening experience. You can also connect your Spotify and Last.FM accounts to it as well.
Chip Bot is a fantastic powerful little bot that requires no setup and is very easy to control and use. It lets you play Spotify song links or even playlists. It used to stream YouTube songs as well, but that support ended a while ago.
One thing that’s unique about Chip Bot is its interactive music player. It has buttons to pause or play the song, skip, stop, and show you the queue. It’s one of the very few bots that have this feature and allows for an easier way to control your music.
JMusicBot is one of the more robust bots on our list because it also plays local files. This music bot is available on GitHub. It supports cross-platform playback, is easy to run, and offers fast loading of songs.
JMusicBot can play popular formats such as MP3, WAV, and FLAC among others. It can also source media online from sites like YouTube, SoundCloud, Bandcamp, Vimeo, and even Twitch streams.
BMO is a bot inspired by a character from the hit series Adventure Time with the same name. You can play YouTube audio and links, but it doesn’t support any Spotify music.
Some of its other functions include video and image manipulation, role-playing, sending NSFW messages, server moderation, and setting reminders.
Botify plays from multiple sources like YouTube, SoundCloud, and Spotify itself. It offers free volume control, music filters, playlist creation, and configurable options.
Some of the free Botify filters include adjusting rate, speed, tempo, bass-boost, vaporware, nightcore, and earrape. Botify and all its features are completely free. There aren’t any premium subscription plans or one-time payments.
The Chill Bot offers 24/7 Lofi music playback with a 99% uptime guarantee. Chill Bot provides amazing quality audio as long as your Discord server level supports high-quality audio playback.
Overall, Chill Bot is still a great bot if you enjoy listening to Lofi music. At least you don’t have to search for Lofi music anymore. Its premium tier lets you enjoy higher-quality audio, choose between multiple themes and radios, and access two additional Chill bots as well.
The 24/7 bot lets you constantly play music and radio in your voice channels without any downtime. This bot stays in the channel even when other members have left.
You can use this to stream music and radio from different sources, such as Spotify, Tidal, and SoundCloud. [Youtube support has ended]. The bot also lets you queue up playlists, control server-wide volume, and access 2 additional bots if you’ve bought the premium subscription.
The premium ranges from 2.47$/month to 7.24$/month.
These were my picks for the 8 best Discord music bots you can currently load onto your servers. For more informative Discord-related guides, keep visiting WIG. Happy Listening!