Lead record owner of LapFox Trax, an independent Canadian record label from Hamilton, Ontario specializing in electronic music. Much of their music showcases art from many artists. Also, each character represents a style of music they use. For example, Furries in a Blender is used with the bi-polar genre of happy hardcore, Jackal Queenston for agro-style drum and bass, and Renard for the twisted insanity of breakcore. The first release featuring Renard was The Daeva Suite in 2007.
Along with being an avid musician and music collector, Renard is also a game and graphic designer.
They were the lead creative force behind Mungyodance, a freeware dancing game based off of the StepMania engine, for which they created a good portion of the music and the step files. Furthermore, PSURG (Renard and Squeedge's design company) has released a shooting game named Shark Attack, which employs a new album of music for the game. They are also a fan of a number of comic books and video games. They enjoy a number of films, but especially so Freddy's Dead, Evil Dead 2, Bride of Re-Animator, and We Are the Strange.
Aurastys, BANDETTO, Darius, D-Mode-D, Furries in a Blender, Eugene, hyi, Jaql, Jackal Queenston, Kitcaliber, Kitsune², Klippa, Mayhem, NegaRen, PSURG Sound Team, The Queenstons, The Quick Brown Fox, Renard, RQ, Truxton
Adraen, Azrael, Emoticon, G-DARIA, Kettu, Lollipop, MGD-Crew, MGD Assault Force, MGD Sound Team, Neko, Omicron Complex, Shark Attack Sound Team, Sigma, Sonitus Vir
Plusfuchs, Perdique Darron, Detergent, Bloomin' Nutters, Silent Debuggers