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Dave Remmler, better known by his most prominent online alias, Renard Queenston, is a Canadian furry DJ who produces electronic music under a variety of personas for his self-run label, LapFox Trax (previously known as VulpVibe Records). His music has become a source for various YouTube Poops and YouTube Poop Music Videos.
Renard first joined Fur Affinity on May 22nd, 2006, where he first began uploading his music.
Radioactive Rats [MGD3 GlaDOS Edit], submitted on November 29, 2007, was the first of his songs to garnish over a thousand views, a good achievement regarding music on the site.
A few other songs broke a thousand views after, including Homosexual Love Scene [Hands Up [Your Shirt] Remix], Marble Town, and Sergalingus.
YouTube and Mainstream Success
There was some fluctuation in Renard’s popularity, but he wouldn’t hit another major spike until he first started releasing his music on YouTube.
His earliest release, Coward Killing Time, was released September 17, 2008, and uses samples from the popular video game Team Fortress 2. As of July 2010, Coward Killing Time has amassed nearly 170000 views and is Renard’s second most viewed video to date.
The release of John Freeman, a remix of the popular series Half-Life: Full Life Consequences, managed to bring the DJ even more spotlight. While the song has over 5000 views on FA, John Freeman on YouTube has recieved over 200000 views on the original video as of July 2010, and thousands more on other uploads of the song.
Eventually, the spread of Renard’s material through machinima caught the attention of more than just machinimists and machinima fans. YouTube Poop creators found his music quite suitable for YTPMV’s. Certain songs began to emerge as favorites among YTP creators, including Rainbow Tylenol, Intensive Care Unit, Avast Your Ass, and Decision Making Music from the short skit Dwaggins’ Comictunes 01: DECISION MAKING MUSIC.