The Snobs was formed by brothers Mad Rabbit (singer, producer) and Duck Feeling (multi-instrumentalist) near Paris, France in the 2000s. They self-released a few albums before A Life Aglow
(Bam Balam Records, 2018), a full-length record drawing influences from
the psychedelic sixties (The Zombies, Pink Floyd), post-punk (Siouxsie
& The Banshees, Wire) and krautrock (Can, Neu!).
In the 2010s, The Snobs worked with new-yorker poet Steve Dalachinsky
They recorded three collaborative albums and played about ten concerts
together with a little help from Devil Sister and Fuzzy Weasel on stage.
Their final record Pretty In The Morning
(Bisou Records, 2019) was recorded live by all five artists.
Mad Rabbit makes short-movies influenced by Buster Keaton and
American film noir, music videos and trippy screen projections for The
Snobs' live performances.
Duck Feeling writes books (such as Bitches Brew ou le jazz
, David Bowie, l'avant-garde pop
and Sonic Youth
published by Le Mot et le Reste) and articles (in journals
like Analyse Musicale
, Impro Jazz
) about pop, rock and
jazz. He also released a few solo albums.