The Quick Brown Fox is recognized mostly for his staccato synth lines and very fast tempos, ranging from approximately 200 beats per minute up to and over 1000 beats per minute.
Ren has stated that the original driving force to creating the alias was inspiration from m1dy's speedcore productions and the generally upbeat or non-serious tone, which tends to be a stark contrast against speedcore's generally serious and angry tone. As such, TQBF is often seen as a good entry point for speedcore, as it is accessible, if not through melodic content, then through comedic.
- The Quick Brown Fox (May 2008)
- Vrooooom (May 2009)
- SPEEDKORE 4 KIDZ! (November 2009)
- BRUTAL RHYTHM RIDER (January 2012)
- WANDERLUST (December 2012)
- GO LUCKY (November 2013)
Canceled releases Edit
- SUPERSPEEDSUPERMIX (2010)
Other appearances Edit
- Renard - NO. (July 2009)
- Futret - BALLS OUT MAGIC (2011)
- ON Trax Vol. 2 (March 2011)
- Lapfox Anthology (July 2011)
- X-TREME HARD - Remixes&Reworkz (May 2012)
- ON Trax Vol. 4 (September 2012)
- NegaRen - TRAPPED IN THE TWERKZONE (October 2012)
- General Mumble - Songs About the Pink One (and others) (November 2012)
- ON Trax Vol. 5 (December 2012)
- m1dy - Ultimate Speedcore Summit (Janurary 2013)
- LFTHHC SQUAD - FIRST❤REFRESH (March 2015)
- DJ Snaggletoof - THE FUCKDEST JAMS (November 2015)
- ON TRAX: THE ABSOLUTE (September 2016)
- B-SIDE U: 2016 VOL. 2 (December 2016)
- Patreon Exclusive Series (Ongoing)
- TQBF is 4'9" and 70 lbs, making him the shortest and lightest of the aliases.
- TQBF being a piñata is a reference the term "beats per minute".
- TQBF's name is a reference to the English pangram The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog, which is commonly used to show online fonts as examples before downloading.