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Album Review

Denver Dalley gives his Desaparecidos project a break for Statistics, and his self-titled EP as such is an impressive, eccentric mess. The shifts in mood and tempo offer an abstract arrangement that's neither overwhelming nor plain, for Dalley's talent lies in crafting an experimental, provocative sound structure. It's also difficult to classify, and that's the beauty behind Statistics. Just when you think Dalley's going for a lush dream pop sound ("Hours Seemed Like Days"), he switches to a quirky new wave beat ("Another Day"). "A Memory" sifts through gauzy, Cure-like synths, highlighting Dalley's hypnotic frame of mind as an artist. Those who enjoyed his dalliance with Bright Eyes and Desaparecidos will appreciate Dalley's musical progression; those who are unfamiliar with his previous efforts will undoubtedly find the Statistics EP to be an amazing addition to the occasionally parched and overrated indie rock scene.

Biography

Formed: 2002 in Omaha, NE

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

After writing, recording and touring in support of Read Music/Speak Spanish, instrumentalist Denver Dalley took a break from his band, Desaparecidos and created Statistics. Statistics deliver an edgy, abstract sound that's both post-rock/experimental and indie rock. Along with Michael Sweeney, Dalley recorded a self-titled EP for Jade Tree. The stunning five-song set appeared in summer 2003. Months later, Dalley and the Good Life's Tim Kasher hooked up for a proper full-length....
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