Jeremy Enigk is much shorter than he sounds. On the string of records he made as the leader of the mythmaking (and now defunct) Seattle outfit Sunny Day Real Estate, the singer-guitarist used his distinctive singing voice--a high, reedy croon that can swivel from angelic to tortured on a single syllable--to try to connect a then-developing style of indie rock called "emo" back to the magisterial pomp of classic-rock warhorses like Led... More >>>