“Straight-forward. Damn good” — Lord Aswod (Public Enemy)

“Salient, pithy and better informed than those in his surroundings who swallow the lies of The Sun and other media outlets propping up the established order, Carrington has a very clear aim at the enemies and causes of poverty, division and hatred” — Nathan Brown (Louder Than War)

“Carrington composes poetry with tremendous anger and energy. Evocative insights into 21st century British life” — Literary Flits

“Plastic skinhead traitor” — Redwatch