|Origin||Jerusalem, Israel Ra'anana, Israel|
|Genres||Electronic, psytrance, dubstep, house, industrial, electronic rock|
|Associated acts||Void, GMS, Exaile, Tube, Paranormal Attack, Talamasca|
|Past members||Assaf Bivas|
Skazi was formed in 1998 by Asher Swissa and Assaf Bivas, producing Soft Psy-Trance Electro Punk music.
Swissa began his musical career as a punk rocker in 1990, when he formed a group called Sartan Hashad (en. Breast Cancer) together with three friends. The band played in small venues in Jerusalem and Tel Aviv, and enjoyed limited success in the Israeli punk scene. In 1996 Asher left the band to develop his career and to write and perform music which would appeal to larger audiences. He started making trance music, but still kept a hard rock sound, playing electric guitar riffs in many of his tracks. In 1998 he adopted the stage name DJ Skazi.
Skazi's first album, Animal, was released in September 2000. On this album Skazi combined live guitar riffs and techy hardcore sounds. While the music meshed with other Psy-Trance, it shared elements of Hard House and Techno record label, Chemical Crew.
Skazi produced four compilations between the years 2001 and 2004 (Zoo1, Zoo2, Zoo3 and Most Wanted). Skazi has also been involved in collaborations with other artists.
- Animal (Shaffel Records, 2001)
- Zoo 1 (2001)
- Storm (Shaffel Records, 2002)
- Most Wanted (2003)
- Zoo 2 (2003)
- Zoo 3 (2004)
- Animal in Storm (Special Edition - Double CD, 2004) 
- Total Anarchy (2006)
- Promo 2008 (2009)
- My Way (2012)
- Spin (2015)
- Yoram Bar, Review of Sratan Hashad Concert, Kol Ha'ir 26 February 1993 (Hebrew)]
- DJ Skazi - Profile, Progressive Trance Network, retrieved 8 June 2010
- Album review - Most Wanted Presents DJ Skazi - ??????, Saiko Sounds Catalog, 14 November 2003, retrieved 8 June 2010
- DJ 26 Bryan aka Stomp (1 November 2008), "Rock That Trance - Interview with Skazi", Rolling Stone, retrieved 8 June 2010[permanent dead link]
- Skazi's Discography on Discogs, Discogs, retrieved 8 June 2010
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