Malcolm Jack
Malcolm Jack
Malcolm Jack is Pop and Rock Music Editor for The Big Issue and a freelance music, arts and features journalist for a variety of print and online titles.
Record Store Day and the secrets of the vinyl sleeves
Music

Record Store Day and the secrets of the vinyl sleeves

Eurovision: As apolitical as it is beige
Music

Eurovision: As apolitical as it is beige

Artificial intelligence: Is AI about to rewrite music history?
Is artificial intelligence about to start rewriting music history? Original photo: Getty/ Frank Micelotta.
Music

Artificial intelligence: Is AI about to rewrite music history?

‘You can almost smell it’: How music moves us during lockdown
Music can move us, writes Malcolm Jack. Image credit: InHouse illustration
Music

‘You can almost smell it’: How music moves us during lockdown

Meet the ex-inmates helped by music in prison
The Big Issue has heard from two former prisoners on how InHouse’s programmes helped them on the inside. Image credit: supplied
News

Meet the ex-inmates helped by music in prison

The music label helping prisoners dream beyond their cell walls
InHouse Records. Aux. Volume 9, Issue 3. January 2020. Image credit: InHouse Records
News

The music label helping prisoners dream beyond their cell walls

Time for a manifesto for the post-pandemic gig goers
A smoky, sweaty live music venue with people's hands thrown in the air
Music

Time for a manifesto for the post-pandemic gig goers

Feeling good: How music helps us heal
Music

Feeling good: How music helps us heal

Rock royalty: Cashing in on a classic
Music

Rock royalty: Cashing in on a classic

Seoul music: How K-Pop is embracing Christmas
Music

Seoul music: How K-Pop is embracing Christmas

Standing up to the tyranny in Belarus... with music
Activism

Standing up to the tyranny in Belarus... with music

Music keeps us sane: We'll need it more than ever until Covid is over
Music

Music keeps us sane: We'll need it more than ever until Covid is over