Hubby Bear / Darlin' / Colm/Sterolab was a review written in an English magazine that called their music "Dafty Punk" and thus the duo changed courses and history when they decided to go with the new EDM setup known as Daft Punk:
Remember when Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher came on the Fox scene with That 70's Show in the 1998? The show took place 22 years earlier so if we had that 90's Show come out today (maybe on Netflix this time instead of Fox) It would be set 22 years earlier aka 1998. So just let that set in if you're an 80's or 90's baby that watched that 70's show.
You may think it's crazy that in 20 years from now somebody who was born in 2020 perhaps your children or nephews and nieces will not recognize the top hits from today. If you take any present-day hit that’s culturally pervasive, such as “Old Town Road” or “Despacito,” we’d expect that someone born today will probably not recognize it twenty years from now. Sounds crazy but reading this article here that you can get very deep into if you're a 90's or 80's baby and it will start to make more sense: https://pudding.cool/2020/07/song-decay/