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Aenone started in 1988 in Nyack, NY as the brainchild of Craig Sterns and Kim Collister while they were still in school. They started by making demos at home, but they soon recruited Bill Stair (Hugo Largo) and Steve Crowley (Antietam) and booked their first gig at the now defunct Underworld in NYC. As fate would have it, members of local band Lotion were there and fell in love with the band's swirlie style of music and melody and passed their demos onto Shimmydisc/Kokopop. They recorded a 4-track EP at Kramer's Noise NJ studios under his production entitled [i]Saints & Razors[/i].
A bunch of gigs later including supporting Medicine, Velocity Girl and playing CBGB's over a dozen times, they caught the ear of American A&R rep Steve Ferrera for the newly formed UK label Echo by having had their demo passed onto him by their mutual lawyer. They showcased at CBGBs, and within a month found themselved recording in London with Alan Moulder and being forced to change their name to Nyack.
Twenty years after the band's inception, Aenone are recording a new album.