Made in Sheffield 
Fed on punk and drop-forges, Sheffield kids were different. Cabaret Voltaire blasted tape loops from a van, Ian Marsh soldered up his own synthesiser and Phil Oakey cut half his hair off. “We laughed at the bands who learnt to play three chords,” says Oakey. “We just used one finger.” Interviews and great archive footage document the bold Yorkshire experiment that became techno's roots.