Introducing the new CyanogenMod Music app.
Fling up to control your music. Long press for Party Shuffle. Long press for queue.
The app comes with a degree of customization that you won't find in any other Music app, or possibly, in any app. You can shop the Android Market for the currently playing song at the push of a button, share what track you're listening to with all your social outlets, set your favorite song as ring tones, delete unwanted tracks, and search your music from anywhere in the app.
Rich and custom notifications. Drag & Drop queue and playlist. Custom lockscreen.
The Music app is all about customization. Recently, I've been in the process of integrating a theme engine into the app. The theme engine is thoroughly customizable, allowing designers to touch every UI element in the app. Every drawable (images, backgrounds, etc), all text views, and each seek bars can be themed using the theme engine. I've had a lot fun using it and I'm excited to see what everyone will bring to the table. That being said, I'm also releasing the Music Theme Template for everyone to download today. You can use this to create the themes, and below is an example of what you can do with the theme engine.This is a "Google Music" theme, based on the latest version of the Google Music app. It also doubles as the theme template for the app.
The Music app also comes with native Shake and Flip actions. Quickly play and pause your music by flipping your phone face down, then back up again. You can customize the Shake Action to control you music in more detail. Both of these actions run in the background and can be used no matter where you are in your phone. There are also several other customizations and features that I'm sure you'll find fun and useful. Here are a couple screen shots of the Music app on the new Galaxy Nexus and one of all the new widgets.