Interview Series: vöx


We love a stand out look and Sarah Winters aka vōx is getting our attention. Based out of LA, the artist mixes haunting vocals with mood setting beats to back it up. After seeing her latest shoot with Kayla Varley and hearing her latest track – a cover of Kendrick Lamar’s “I” – I will definitely be keeping an eye and ear out for what she does next. You should too.



LF: As an artist, what drew you to LA as a home base?

vōx: LA is a place open to magic and spirituality. I’ve learned how rare that is after being here for a bit. Its infinite possibilities and wonderful creative scene is what drew me in at first.


LF: You’ve worked with some awesome producers whom you must’ve inspired. Who or what are your muses?

vōx: The people I’ve worked with inspire me in return–Josiah Kosier, Dylan Brady, Kayla Varley. I’m blessed to get to make things with such talented people! And recently I’ve been so lucky as to start opening shows for muses that move me. Bayonne, Milk & Bone, and StarRo are all incredible performers I’ve shared the stage with recently.


LF: You’ve spoken before about how art influences your fashion. Any current inspirations?

vōx: I’m currently taking inspiration from some dope visual artists. Michal Pudelka’s photography is so thoughtful and unusual in its shapes. I love the playfulness of both Lösha Kondakov and Aleia Murawski’s work. Isamaya Ffrench is a makeup artist that inspires me to have no limits.


LF: What turns you on about performing?

vōx: The energies are beautiful. When a crowd is open enough to give you theirs, there isn’t a better feeling in the whole world. It’s better than sex

My next show is on April 18th – School Night at Bardot in LA. RSVP here.


LF: Where would you like your next adventure to take place?

vōx: I want to tour endlessly! I’d love to play in places like Israel, Iceland, South America, and Japan. I feel so fulfilled when traveling for the purpose of making art and performing.


LF: What’s next for vōx?

vōx: The music video for “i”, my Kendrick Lamar cover with Dylan Brady, is on the immediate horizon. The artist I’m working with on the video, his name is Nic Courdy. He’s such a dream collaborator. Next there will be a vōx EP.

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