Renard (full name Renard Queenston) is an alias under the LapFox Trax label. He is a fox-raccoon hybrid (also known as a "foxcoon") [1] who has no actual physical sex, but identifies as male.

Renard produces raggacore and breakcore, often with noise influences. He used to produce ambient tracks before Aurastys was created, and occasionally produced noise music before ⇩LOAD was created. He sometimes incorporates vocals from existing popular music into his songs as well.

On August 18th, 2015, Ren mentioned in a Reddit post that the character of Renard was unlikely to be heard from again. [2] However, he did release a single, INSIDE 99999999999999999999999999999, in July 2016 and the album SHOUNEN BASS! TURBO in April 2018.


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Cancelled releases Edit

Mungyodance discography Edit

As Renard Edit

Mungyodance (Beta) Edit

  • Anarchy (released as a Sigma song in Mungyodance 3: The Third Rave)
  • CMD
  • Devil Road (released in Mungyodance 3: The Third Rave)
  • Galvanizer
  • Psychopath
  • VecTor (released as a Sigma song named "Dis" in Mungyodance 3: The Third Rave)

Mungyodance Edit

  • Emoticon - Bad Cheetah (as a featured artist)
  • Banana Tango
  • Call of the Shadows
  • Destination
  • Faster (vs Kitsune²)
  • Gabbtastik
  • Imogen Heap - Hide and Seek (Remix)
  • Kit.F
  • Mercury
  • Please (vs Kitsune²)
  • Emoticon - Precious Consort (as a featured artist)
  • Sugarkill Breakdown (vs Lollipop)

Mungyodance 2 Edit

  • Bombs Away (vs JAQL)
  • Dash Hopes
  • Final Destination
  • Emoticon - Lick My Plump Fox Nuts (as a featured artist)
  • Prince of Darkness

Mungyodance 3: The Third Rave Edit

As Mr. R Edit

Mungyodance 3: The Third Rave Edit

  • Due In One Hour


  • Renard is 5'4.5" and weighs 130 lbs. [citation needed]
  • Renard used to look more like the actual person, but was redesigned to be a nurse and have tentacle dreadlocks in 2009. His old design is used on the album art for Old Undesirable Audio Files.
  • The word "renard" means fox in French.
  • Renard was for a brief period of time said to be brothers with Jackal Queenston. [3]
  • Mr. R is a reference to Mr. T, as well as the song Due In One Hour is a reference to Mr. T's song, Due Tomorrow.

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