If you've ever objected to anything in the NME, never buy it now because of the stance it takes, or for any other reason you have gripes against its editorial policy and content, read on... If you're on Twitter and follow Reverend And The Makers's frontman Jon McClure you may be aware of what's started. If not, an issue initially arose where Jon criticised them for being largely anti-black in a newspaper (both in its coverage, and also that NME Towers employs no black staff). The outgoing editor Conor McNicholas then contacted Jon to say he'd sue if he didn't retract. That was the start....it escalated yesterday evening. A few of Jon's tweets: in next weeks NEW musical express the beatles. shameless cash whores i ****in object to their bullying and spite. they need putting out **** this ive enuf things to bury em. ill just publish in a newspaper. unless they have some kind of turnaround next week come on man cats out the bag everyone hates em anyway. who else dare say it or u all too careerist ??? music. not just indie is the remit. quit being so ******* spiteful and londoncentric cos ppl hate u nme Jon is now fighting back: anyone up for a non corporate alternative to nme run by us the people ?? He is asking for ideas to be sent to him for a new style of music publication that the people run at firstname.lastname@example.org This is to hit back at NME and bring about change....hard job, but someone's gotta do it. So, who's ready to bring down the NME then?