Morning Factory’s second Yore EP, “New Memories”, is bursting full of fresh ideas. pener “Maiden”Voyage” is classic Morning Factory, an ever-so-tight house jam that twists and turns for eight rapturous minutes. Darker undercurrents run through “Last March of the Ants” when church organ chords stretch themselves across a windswept, broken beat shuffle. Creamy organ sounds also course through “Radioshow”, which takes a nostalgic glance backward to a golden age where something like “Green Onions” had a chance of getting played on the radio. But the EP’s most body-shaking cut arrives last in the form of “Cherish”, a charging tech-house hellraiser animated by rowdy basslines and shotgun claps.