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 set (of total 3 to the present) at the famous Fabric club in London, UK. In September 2003 SCSI-9 played their first Russian live gig at the Privilege club in Chelyabinsk, and now they continue touring Russia with their live shows. Since then SCSI-9 has played numerous live gigs in European clubs in London, Berlin, Cologne, Hamburg, Warsaw, Ljubljana, Madrid, Thessaloniki and at festivals, such as Transmediale (Berlin), Pulse (Moscow), Wilsonic (Bratislava), Dialog of 4 Cultures (Lodz/Poland), in Subotica (Serbia), Athens and on Monegros festival in Spain, together with Richie Hawtin, Magda and Troy Pierce, Gui Burrato and Matias Aguayo. In 2007 they also took part in the Global Gathering (Kiev) and RADAR Live (Istanbul) festivals. During their extended tour in 2007 they also played in Argentina, Brasil, Japan, Greece, UK and Switzerland.
Since 2001 SCSI-9 has been publishing their music on vinyl EPs, mainly on German labels such as Traum/Trapez, Salo, Freizeitglauben, Morris Audio, Highgrade. In April, 2003 the Force Tracks released their fullsize album ‘Digital Russian’ (2×12″ and CD). In 2004 SCSI-9 released two EPs on Kompakt – “All She Wants Is” and “Mini”, and later Kompakt included their track in the famous ‘Total Five’ compilation. In the “anniversary release”, Kompakt 100, where artists from the label put remixes on of each others tracks, SCSI-9 was featured with two remixes. Another remix work, “Midnight Traveller”, was published in autumn, 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. In November 2005 Anton and Maxim released their On The Edge EP on Kompakt. Their third fullsize album “The Line Of Nine” was released by Kompakt in May 2006, with another release on Kompakts K2 label in autumn 2006. SCSI-9 tracks also appear on Kompakt’s famous Total-5, Total-6 and Total-7 compilations. In addition to their work with Kompakt SCSI-9 released a number of records on Highgrade, Neuton Music, Phlegmatek, Klik and the netlabels Fragment and Sutemos.
In 2008 there were new vinyl releases, on Fear Of Flying, Subotnik and Highway (Russia), as well the ?Easy As Down? album on Kompakt. Now there are new works for Pro-Tez and Apparel Music in progess.
SCSI-9 stay in tight cooperation with their lyricist Peter Ivantsov, singer Kate and live bass wizard Anton Kochnev from D-Pulse.
In 2005 they set up their own label Pro-Tez together with Antons old friend Ed Karapetyan, who has been living in Los Angeles for years. Pro-Tez features intelligent dance, minimal house and ultradeep music by Russian artists, and is distributed by KOMPAKT. It discovered and brought to the public such talented Russian artists as Lazzich, Microboss, D-Pulse, Bvoice & Khz, Masha Era and Korablove, now facing it?s twelfth 12 inch in late 2009.