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Nico's "Squadron" sound like a maniac running amok; neurofunk tracks sound like a stalker, furtive and morbidly fixated.
"March" crystallized the emergent neurofunk norm with its monotonously chugging beat and acrid emissions of synth-slime.
Actually, it was the prototype for neurofunk, with its glacial, Numanoid synth-motif glowering like some cosmic scowl, and a two-step rhythm that made the track feel like it was jogging along at 85 beats per minute instead of 170.
Since discourse abhors a vacuum, I'm pitching in with my own genre designation: neurofunk.