The Beach Boys-inspired group released their songs under the Duophonic record label, contained in the Shimmies In Super 8 compilation. In 1995 they appeared on the De La Viande Pour Le Disco? compilation, released by Banana Split. This rare limited edition cassette contained two unreleased Darlin' tracks, named "Untitled 18" and "Untitled 33".
In a review made by the British music magazine Melody Maker, the author dubbed the music "a daftpunky thrash." Thus after this short-lived group disbanded, Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo decided to create Daft Punk, a successful and world-renowned electronic music project in 1993. In the meantime, Brancowitz joined his younger brother Christian Mazzalai in the band Phoenix. They remained friends thereafter, most recently appearing together when Daft Punk made a surprise appearance during the encore of Phoenix's show at Madison Square Garden in October 2010.