|First issue||October 1990|
Although Vox was seen as IPC's response to EMAP's Q magazine, it was unable to match the circulation figures generated by Q in the 1990s  and was closed in the late 1990s as IPC had launched Uncut. Even though Uncut was first established as an entertainment magazine targeting men aged 25 to 45 with a mixture of movies and music, it soon moved into the space vacated by Vox in the magazine marketplace, becoming more of a music magazine aimed at EMAP's rival Mojo (now published by the Bauer Media Group).
- Uncut magazine - published by IPC/TI Media/BandLab Technologies
- Later magazine - published by IPC (1999 - 2001)
- Mojo magazine - published by EMAP/Bauer
- Q magazine - published by EMAP/Bauer (1986 - 2020)
- Select magazine - published by EMAP/Bauer (1990 - 2001)
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- "Vox magazine advert". NME. IPC Media (December 23/30, 1995): 42.
- "Vox (closed)". magforum.com. Retrieved 16 August 2009.
- "Feature: Vox at Rocks Back Pages". rocksbackpages. Retrieved 16 August 2009.
- Frith, Simon. "Feature: No biz like the old biz". The Observer. Guardian Media Group (December 30, 1990): 38.