After a little break Outernational is picking up the imprint with a release by one of it's label-owners Gitchell Moore. Whilst gearing up for the complete redesign / relaunch in September Gitchell has crawled out of voluntary seclusion to show the world some of his more recent works. Ghosts of Mount Ararat is (as the name should suggest) an ethnically inspired journey built out of soviet melancholy, complete with Gregorian chants and a hypnotizing synthline. Nova Scotia takes one to the cold of the N.S. peninsula, Canada where the winters are cold, icey and the outdoor is rough. Margin Call is a repetitive journey that contains different melodies melting together.