Talk:LapFox Trax

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Wikification and Stub[edit]

I've wikified the article as best I can, an expert on the subject should provide more knowledge if at all possible. :) --Brushwell Clinton 16:29, 24 March 2008 (UTC)


I'll be working on this site and providing more information via sites such as Renard's own pages, and his site. Offthewall234 00:24, 16 December 2008 (UTC)

Sup --FrizzleFry101 02:00, 16 December 2008 (UTC)

Here is some data from the Last.FM wiki I contributed to. I'm sure this will be useful in the wikification of the article:

The lead record owner of LapFoxTrax Productions, an independent Canadian record label for electronic music. He’s also the lead creative force behind Mungyodance, a freeware dancing game based off of the Stepmania engine, for which he creates a good portion of the music and all of the stepfiles.

Much of his music showcases art from many artists. Also, each character represents a style of music he uses. For example, Emoticon is used with the bi-polar genre of Hardcore, Jackal Queenson for agro-style Drum and Bass, and Renard, his primary avatar online and in his recordings, for the twisted insanity of Gabber and Breakcore.

Along with being an avid musician and music collector, Renard is also a game and graphic designer. He is responsible for the Mungyodance series of freeware PC games, which is similar in nature to DDR. He is also a fan of a number of comic books and, as previously mentioned, video games. He enjoys a number of films, but especially so Freddy’s Dead, Evil Dead 2, Bride of Re-Animator, and We Are the Strange.

Overall, Renard is an amazing driving force in the independent scene, and is coming up fast in the electronic scene as well, with blazing fast releases and excellent prices, and even lots of free material. A true musician in practice and in heart.

Aliases: ADRAEN, Azrael, D-Mode-D, Emoticon, Furries in a Blender, Hecate, Jackal Queenston, Jaql, Kettu, Kitcaliber, Kitsune², Klippa, Lollipop, MGD-Crew, MGD Assault Force, Mayhem, Mr. R, Neko, Omicron Complex, Renard, Sigma, Sonitus Vir

Musical Groups: Plusfuchs, Perdique Darron, Detergent, Bloomin’ Nutters Akkeresu 20:47, 23 June 2010 (UTC)

Split or retool to article about person?[edit]

We usually put one-person companies as redirects to an article about the person. -- Sine 14:55, 20 February 2012 (EST)