|Cultural origins||2011–12, London, United Kingdom|
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Neurohop (also known as neuro) is a genre of music that originated in 2011 and rose to prominence in the mid 2010s. The music is characterized by a dark and aggressive atmosphere and a large emphasis on synthetic, morphing bass sounds and punchy drums at a tempo between 90 and 110 BPM.
Neurohop is a hybrid genre which came about by combining the sound design of neurofunk, a subgenre of drum and bass music, with the tempo and rhythms of glitch hop and other heavy midtempo electronic music. The origin of the genre's name trace back to the person who coined the term, a producer named Kursa.
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- "Kursa". SoundCloud. Retrieved 2016-08-29.
- "What Is Neurohop? Its Beginnings, Pioneers and Future". BassGorilla.com. 2013-04-25. Retrieved 2018-11-08.
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