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Jeremy Enigk

In two separate stints in the 1990s, Jeremy Enigk fronted the Seattle quartet Sunny Day Real Estate and helped popularize both emo itself and specifically the genre’s expressive vocal style. After a conversion to Christianity and during a band hiatus in 1996, Enigk released the first of several albums on Sub Pop and his own Lewis Hollow records that redefined his sound. While his octave-spanning vocal range remained his signature, his solo work foregrounded more subdued arrangements and a more mature… Show more

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