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In the nineties, Jeremy Enigk’s on-again off-again relationship with Sunny Day Real Estate (and the short lived The Fire Theft) cast him as a sort of enigmatic emo-rock icon. Overused genre classifications and debatable perceptions aside, there’s a depth to Enigk’s work that confirms his undeniable musical contribution. The simple fact that Enigk’s solo work has kept the rapt attention of diehard fans in an oversaturated media wasteland with a mere two releases over the course of an entire decade is a testament to the depth of Enigk’s craft.