Hands and Feet is a document of João Orecchia's penchant for temporal and stylistic blending and collaboration, be it home-made crooner standards that give way to glitchy breaks or a beatbox-flourished cover of Faust’s “It’s a Rainy Day, Sunshine Girl”. The album features contributions from members of BLK JKS, Serengeti, Spoek Mathambo, Carlo Mombelli, and Mario Marchisella.
“Electronica this good should be illegal.” –The Mail and Guardian (ZA)
"João Orecchia’s transcendence of classification is where Hands and Feet’s strength lies. Not only does he cite influences from all over the musical map, but he does so in a strikingly cohesive manner that highlights the universality of musical expression.” –okayplayer