It's impossible to overstate Jeremy Enigk's influence on indie rock over the past decade. Sunny Day Real Estate, the Seattle-based quartet he fronted, was at the vanguard of the mid-'90s emo scene, inspiring countless disciples. With a sound that took the intensity of hardcore and infused it with soaring melodies, Sunny Day's music helped define -- if not launch -- an entire subgenre of music. In fact, prior to the release of the act's... More >>>