Dalley collaborated with Conor Oberst of the band Bright Eyes in the politically charged indie rock band Desaparecidos. Dalley was the main songwriter while Oberst provided lyrics. The band released one album on Omaha-based Saddle Creek Records before going on hiatus in 2003. They have reunited once since, performing at the Concert for Equality in Omaha on July 31, 2010.
After the caesura of Desaparecidos, Dalley moved onto other projects, including Statistics- a successful electronic-tinged solo project, Intramural- a new project also influenced by electronic music, Two of Cups- a collaborative effort with Leta Lucy.
Dalley performs frequently with Sean Tillman, playing guitar in Sean Na Na and bass for Har Mar Superstar; he toured as an instrumentalist with The Watson Twins in early 2009, and The Pink Spiders in the fall of 2008.
He has appeared on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon and Lopez Tonight with Har Mar Superstar, licensed his music to such shows as Ugly Betty and ER, written music for several national and international commercials, and scored a feature length documentary called "America's Marine Aviators".
Statistics is a rock band from Omaha, Nebraska. It was formed in 2003 by Denver Dalley. They are on the Jade Tree Records label. After releasing two albums, Dalley chose to focus on other projects, such as Intramural, effectively putting Statistics on hiatus. However, while he has been concentrating on Intramural, subsequent touring, and working with the other bands below, he has also been generating some new Statistics stuff—but is currently unsure of when that will be released.
Dalley created the band Intramural "in order to to start collaborating different people," and released their debut album October 23, 2008, via Slowdance Records. He has recorded an album with Leta Lucy from The Twilight Singers; that band is called Two of Cups, and they are currently unsigned.
- What's New For Fall (2001 · Wichita Recordings)
- The Happiest Place on Earth (2001 · Saddle Creek Records)
- Read Music/Speak Spanish (2002 · Saddle Creek Records)
- Statistics EP (2003 · Jade Tree Records)
- Leave Your Name (2004 · Jade Tree Records)
- Often Lie (2005 · Jade Tree Records)
- This Is a Landslide (2007 · Slowdance Records)
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