has developed an entirely new set of metrics to definitively prove how diverse an artist's fanbase is when it comes to their musical tastes. With help from Vinyl Me, Please
and their reissue of Cosmogramma
, Discogs decided to test the hypothesis that Flying Lotus
fans are more diverse than the fans of his peers.
From there, Discogs gathered granular collection data from our millions of users and created a complex weighted formula that considered several important factors. Through the process, Discogs developed what we call the Total Diversity Index
, which authoritatively shows how diverse a specific audience is compared to general music fans. Click HERE
for the Flying Lotus Total Diversity Index on Discogs.
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