@Dhji This bit is really quite good, there's a lot of movement and life in it. With this sort of thing, drums are secondary, at least to me. I can imagine saturated sub impact sound breaking through the swirling sound object you've got going, creating tension but again thats just me.
Like @_ronzlo said don't try to make a genre, just continue creating - its ok if it's formless for now.
I like to try and think in terms of energy and growth - how the sound unfolds in time and some sort of undefined abstract musical narrative. Also try to think about the relationship between sounds - how they interact; the conflict and contrast between different elements; what you experience when you loop, when you add things together, when sounds move in and out of focus in relation to each other (e.g changes in depth, space, frequency, foreground/background). Anthropomorphising sonic behaviour can really help to imagine how sound should be organised.
If you stick at it, then eventually the form and structure will begin to emerge and you'll start to hear what the music will end up being.