Sara Noxx is an award winning German musician and star of the alternative music scene. She is also a member of the band Essexx who, in 1997, were the winners of the Zillo Band Contest. Her debut solo release was the 1997 Mini-Album Society on Nightshade Productions.
Her 2001 album Exxtasy reached #9 on the DAC. In 2003, Sara released her instrumental album Nonvoxx. In Autumn 2003 the album Equinoxx and the single cd Colder & Colder were released which reached the no. 1 position of all European alternative charts for several weeks.
In 2008, Sara Noxx released a 3-CD set XX-ray including numerous new interpretations, remixes and duets but also a collection of multi-lingual interpretations of her work. In 2009, her single Superior Love from her Intoxxication album reached #4 on the DAC. To date, Sara Noxx has released three full albums as well as numerous singles, LPs, and special releases.
Related projects and collaborations
Sara Noxx is a member of the band Essexx and is credited with remixing the song Navigator for Blutengel. She did vocals on the X-Fusion song Reap the Whirlwind, remixed by The Eternal Afflict. Her 2008 single, "Earth Song", featured guest vocals from Project Pitchfork, and reached #9 on the DAC. Sara sang a duet with ASP on the song "Imbecile Anthem" for the duet / remix album Die Zusammenkunft. Her cover of "Where the Wild Roses Grow" featured world-renowned forensic biologist Mark Benecke.
Albums, LPs, and singles
Released on Nightshade Productions:
- Society (1997)
- Noxxious (1997)
- Paradoxx (1998)
Released on Scanner Records:
- Exxtasy (2001)
- Nonvoxx (2003)
- Colder and Colder (2003)
- Equinoxx (2003)
Released on Prussia Records (A label of Rough Trade Records):
- Earth Song (feat. Project Pitchfork) (2008)
- Superior Love (The Dark Side) (feat. 18 Summers) (2009)
- Superior Love (The Bright Side) (feat. Limahl) (2009)
- Intoxxication (2009)
- Where the Wild Roses Grow (feat. Mark Benecke) (2011)
- Weg zurück (feat. Goethes Erben) (2014)
- Entre Quatre Yeuxx (Standard & Limited Edition) (2015)