With 2017 rapidly coming to a close, Theory Hazit keeps pushing and releases his tenth project of the year. Following the weird, experimental Feels that dropped last month, It’s Not You, It’s Me. seems to be a much more straightforward affair, with some classic, dusty drum samples, as well as some harder cuts that seem to compliment and encapsulate the overall vibe and aesthetic of the month of October. It’s kind of funny, when I originally hypothesized that Hazit would drop a new project each month throughout the entirety of 2017, I didn’t actually believe it was something that would happen, but here we are. You’ve gotta respect and admire the man’s grind.