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Mini Dragon Group (ages 6-7)

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Trevors Hardin
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Darlin' disbanded after around six months, having produced four songs and played two gigs. Bangalter described the project as "pretty average".[6] Brancowitz pursued music with another band, Phoenix.[6] Bangalter and Homem-Christo formed Daft Punk and experimented with drum machines and synthesizers.[citation needed] The name was taken from a negative review of Darlin' in Melody Maker by Dave Jennings,[7] who dubbed their music "a daft punky thrash".[8] The band found the review amusing.[2] Homem-Christo said, "We struggled so long to find [the name] Darlin', and [this name] happened so quickly."[9]




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A Daft Punk medley was played at the 2017 Bastille Day parade by a French military band, in front of French President Emmanuel Macron and his many guests, who included a bemused US President Donald Trump.[148][149] Baicalellia daftpunka, a species of flatworm, was named after Daft Punk in 2018 because part of the organism resembles a helmet.[150]


Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo met in 1987 while attending the Lycée Carnot, a secondary school in Paris.[2][3] The two became good friends through their shared love of music and film, and they would create their own short films and demo songs. This eventually led to the formation of the guitar-based group called Darlin' with Laurent Brancowitz in 1992. [5] Bangalter on bass, de Homem-Christo on guitar and vocals, while Brancowitz performed on drums.[4] The indie rock trio had branded themselves after The Beach Boys song of the same name, which they covered along with an original composition. Stereolab released both tracks on a multi-artist Duophonic Records EP and invited the band to open for stage shows in the United Kingdom.[5] Bangalter felt that "The rock n' roll thing we did was pretty average, I think. It was so brief, maybe six months, four songs and two gigs and that was it."[6] A negative review in Melody Maker subsequently dubbed the music "daft punky thrash". Instead of dismissing the review, they found it to be amusing.[7] As de Homem-Christo stated, "We struggled so long to find [the name] Darlin', and this happened so quickly."[8] Darlin' soon disbanded, leaving Brancowitz to pursue other efforts with Phoenix. Bangalter and de Homem-Christo formed Daft Punk and experimented with drum machines and synthesizers.


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