Kazeboza's EP – “Summer’s End” – opens with an indistinct sound bite dedicated, like the recording’s tile – to the passage of time. The voice of a male American actor says: “After running the tests tomorrow, I must decide the best way of breaking the news to the medical association.” Cold facts and figures, which are evidently bringing no pleasure here(!), need to be framed in a more human, emotional, and vaguer format. Objective information brings discomfort; imprecision is both kinder and calmer in tone. It’s more human to be ambiguous. Fuzzy emotions are foregrounded.