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 and minimal tracks and remixes.In 2002 they recorded their first soundtrack for a theater 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 their first live at the famous Fabric club in London, UK.
In September 2003 SCSI-9 played their first Russian live gig outside Moscow at the Privilege club in Chelyabinsk, and now continue touring Russia with live shows.
Since then SCSI-9 played numerous live gigs in European clubs in London, Berlin, Cologne, Hamburg, Warsaw, Ljubljana, Madrid, Thessaloniki and on festivals, such as Transmediale (Berlin), Pulse (Moscow), Wilsonic (Bratislava), Dialog of 4 Cultures (Lodz/Poland), in Subotica (Serbia), Athens and on Monegros in Spain, together with Richie Hawtin, Magda and Troy Pierce, Gui Burrato and Matias Aguayo.