Orbit continued on for a few years, releasing a full-length on their own label (Xlr8r on Lunch Records) and being featured in an early Guitar Hero predecessor called Frequency. In 2003, Robbins formed a new band called Well and released a 6-song EP called The New Standard Biscuit. In 2011, A&M put out Orbit's unreleased album under the name “the lost album.”
In 2006, Robbins started a web development company called Lullabot. The business quickly gained success, creating websites such as GRAMMY.com, MSNBC.com, WWE.com, BravoTV.com, Syfy.com, TeslaMotors.com, and many others. In 2017, he sold the majority of his share of the company.
Jeff formed 123 Astronaut in 2017. The lineup includes Eric Hastings on drums and Keith John Benjamin on bass. The band’s self-recorded EP “The Friction” was recorded DIY-style in the members’ garages, basements, and spare rooms. Hugo Nicolson (whose credits include Beck, Radiohead, Father John Misty, Primal Scream, and Björk) stepped in to mix and the EP was released at the beginning of 2018.