Made up of Anton Kubikov and Maxim Milyutenko, the Moscow techno duo SCSI-9 produced an international effect during its stint with Push Tracks, which started with some 12″s accompanied by the pair’s full-length debut, Digital Russian (2003). Just before signing to Push Tracks, SCSI-9 documented tracks for brands like Trapez, Salo, and Freizeitglauben. Kubikov may be the most widely known of both due to his popularity like a DJ. SCSI-9 experienced begun as you of his single tasks but became a joint task in 2001 with the help of Milyutenko, whom Kubikov have been collaborating with as Hero Town Movers, Snowboarder, and Snooker Boy. Of the numerous projects helmed from the duo, SCSI-9 is definitely the most effective. This became even more apparent after the men became a member of the Kompakt label following a collapse from the Push Inc. empire, which experienced included Push Songs. Kompakt released a great number of SCSI-9 productions, like the duo’s second full-length work, The Type of Nine (2006).