Six tracks related in some way to Migala, revisited by Num 9. Or how to dance to Migala, Nacho Vegas, Fantasy Bar, Emak Bakia, El Hijo and Num 9. a very special record made under the lens of Coque Yturriaga, who used to play guitar in Migala and now builds pop hymns with keyboards, samplers and computers under the Num9 moniker. In 2005 Coque Yturriaga (former member of Migala) locks himself in his room and starts working on what later would become the Glow-worm's Resistance, his first album as Num 9. With the help of a computer and electric and Spanish guitars, all kinds of synthesizers and his own vocals, Coque gives himself a new chance of discovering his own voice, lyrics and intentions. Syncopated beats. Rhythm and impulse. Pop with electronic shades, melodies sporting a strange and subtle electronic overlay as seen in the last South by Southwest festival in Austin, TX.