PROPS . . .

"Straightforward. Damn good" -- DJ Lord (Public Enemy)
"Talented / prolific" -- Andy T (Punk Poet)
"Anti-fascist to the core" -- Mensi (Angelic Upstarts)
"Plastic skinhead traitor"-- Redwatch


"Andy’s angry and goes straight for the jugular with his take on what he sees around him" -- Nathan Brown, Louder Than War:

"[...] informed by the same type of consciousness that you will find in the writings of Tony Harrison, Charles Bukowski/ the music of Public Enemy" -- Dave Linehan, ex-Angelic Upstarts/Frontman for Hooligan Dublin:

"Carrington's straightforward language and personal honesty are reminiscent of Harrison, though his style has more in common with American thirties poets such as Kenneth Fearing, whose tough Marxism was often tinged with bitterness" -- Ben Speroni, Hope Not Hate:

"Carrington has little use for those who come up with excuses not to call out racism when they see it, or those who make up excuses for the racism itself" -- One People's Project:

"Carrington’s writing may be hard to swallow for some, as it can be raw, crass, and at times unsparing in the use of “offensive” language. What makes his writing bearable and at times downright brilliant, however, is his keen sense of social insight and ability to explain his perspectives with the use of various literal and figurative devices." -- Daniel Furb/MC Fubb (on SIMAF)

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