SCSI-9 are Anton Kubikov and Maxim Milyutenko.
In 2000 Anton and Maxim took their equipment together and built their own studio. In a year Maxim joined Kubikov's most advanced electronic project SCSI-9. They presently produce underground dance music, downtempo tracks and remixes. In 2002 they recorded their first soundtrack for a theatre staging at one of Moscow's drama theatres. In autumn 2002 they played their first live show in Moscow. On November 9th, 2002, SCSI-9 played live at the famous Fabric club in London, UK. Also they played live gigs in Berlin and Warsaw.
In April, 2003 the well-known German label Force Tracks released their first fullsize album 'Digital Russian' (2x12" and CD).
In September, 2003 SCSI-9 played their first russian live gig outside Moscow. Privelige club in Chelyabinsk gave a warm welcome to the band and 300 visitors.
In 2004 SCSI-9 released two EPs on Kompakt - "All She Wants Is" and "Mini", and later on Kompakt included their track in the famous 'Total Five' compilation. In the "anniversary release", Kompakt 100, where artists of the label put remixes on each other, SCSI-9 was featured with two remixes. Another remix work, "Midnight Traveller", was published in fall 2004 by the german label "Highgrade". At the same time SCSI-9 began cooperation with Craig Richards' label Tyrant, which published their EP "Location Unknown" in the same year.