Anton Kubikov started his career in 1994. He playing at one of the first Moscow's techno clubs - the "Hermitage". This was the time when club culture was rapidly developing in Moscow; soon he became a popular figure on the city's.
In 1995 he created his own radio show on Russia's first dance FM radio called the "Station". Until its closing in 2001 the "Station" (together with its non-commercial affiliate "Substancia") was the only radio station in Russia exclusively devoted to the modern trends of electronic music. In 1997 Kubikov started making his own tracks. In the past few years his projects "Scsi-9", "Multipliar" and "Snooker Boy" became very popular on the Moscow underground electronic scene.
From 2002 till now together with Maxim Milyutenko he runs his own electronic studio in Moscow. His music had over 50 releases mainly on German vinyl labels such as Kompakt, Force Tracks, Trapez, Salo, Traum and Freizeitglauben. In Russia he released his first album as Scsi-9 and made a number of remixes for Russian pop artists. Since 2000 he plays his music live in Russia, Germany, Poland, UK, Holland, Romania, Czech Republic, Greece, Norway, Sweden, Spain, Italy, Switzerland, Brazil, Argentina, Columbia, Mexico, Japan, Australia and other countries where most part of the audience knows him as "Scsi-9" rather than DJ Kubikov. He still remains one of the most booked popular Russian DJs, well known by clubbers for his fine taste and respected by the other DJs for the original playing technique presented at such a famous festivals as Love Parade, Transmediale, Monegros, Sound Frame and some others.
In 2005 Anton has started his own electronic label - Pro-tez Records - together with Maxim Milyutenko and Ed Vertov. The focus of Pro-tez Records is to work with a broad roster of artists who create a wide scope of innovative approaches toward electronic music that is equally comfortable on the dance floor as in the living room. He also started his own project as 'Anton Kubikov' and slow electronica project with Roman Korablove and Sergey Sapunov as 'Raw Code'. Recently Anton Kubikov moved to Europe and opened with his wife Randomart shop in Prague, where they sell fresh vinyl records and unique clothing.