Good call on the Gerling and Mum, been on constant rotation. Am getting through the rest of the recommendations, so many great things.
Couple of things that have also been doing it for me. Toronto based band Holy Fuck have just released a LP after tantalising me with a tasty EP. :
Holy Fuck is a lo-fi improvisational electronica band from Toronto, Canada. They are a part of Dependent Music, a music label/collective that began in Yarmouth, Nova Scotia in 1994, and have been called "Toronto's evil supergroup",
The band uses live instrumentation and miscellaneous instruments and non-instruments (including a 35 mm film sequencer) to achieve electronic-sounding effects without the use of laptops or programmed backing tracks. According to Pitchfork Media, "The band was formed with the intent of creating the equivalent of modern electronic music without actually using the techniques-- looping, splicing, programming and the like-- of that music." 
Since their formation in 2004, Holy Fuck have performed at Coachella (supporting Brooklyn rapper Beans who recruited the band to serve as his backing unit), the CMJ Music Marathon, POP Montreal, the Montreal Jazz Festival, All Tomorrowâ€™s Parties, Vegoose, and Evolve. They played at the SXSW music festival in Austin, Texas in 2006 and 2007, toured the US with Wolf Parade, !!!(Chk Chk Chk), Mouse on Mars, Cornelius, Do Make Say Think, and went on a European tour with Buck 65 in spring 2006. In January 2006 they were named one of ten finalists for the $3,000 Galaxie Rising Stars Award Of The CBC, part of Canadian Music Week's Indie Awards held in March . In September 2006, they played at the Osheaga Festival in MontrÃ©al. In the summer of 2007, Holy Fuck were invited to perform at the Glastonbury Festival, one of the largest music festivals in the world, where they were named the #3 top new act at the festival by NME magazine.
Their eponymous debut album, recorded with Laurence Currie and Dave Newfeld (Broken Social Scene, Apostle of Hustle), was named one of the Montreal Mirror's top ten albums of 2005. Their music has been described as a "strangely melodic and pulse pounding free-form fusion of the heavy chug and groove rock of Trans Am and the quirkiness of Beck rolled into one mesmerising viewing and listening experience."
Next up is Battles Mirrored, math rock supposedly ?! Its great whatever it is.
All great battles come equipped with a certain aura of anticipation. When considering the moment that the forces of Octavian under Agrippa met the combined power of Marc Antony and Cleopatra at Actium, one canâ€™t help but reflect that it had been a long time coming. Tensions had been brewing on the Senate floor years beforehand, and events had slowly, yet steadily escalated to hate-fueled skirmishes. But despite the tolls taken, few could have expected the blood-soaked watery grave at Actium. The fiery crash of Mirrored has a similar impact. Preceded by last yearâ€™s collection of two 2004 EPs, EP C/B EP, this highly anticipated debut LP had fans of the group waiting with baited breath, fogging up many a window. What it would sound like and what sort of impression it would leave on the soil beneath the feet of its marching masses, few knew. Itâ€™s no stretch to say Mirrored comes as a bit of a surprise attack.
The math-rock supergroup and reigning math league state champions have laid their calculators at their feet and procured from the depths of their shirt pockets mighty swords and axes. Being a million things at once in its 50-minute runtime without misstepping or missing a beat, Mirrored finds the band incorporating their short-form EP formula into a full-length value meal. It easily flips most expectations onto their heads and shakes their lunch money to the ground, in a Revenge of the Nerds scenario. Then the album pillages and plunders.
Open up the deceptively diminutive CD case and youâ€™re standing at the head of an image of a great arsenal. A pullout poster disguised as liner notes magnifies the situation at hand: Battlesâ€™ weaponry could crush down to the soul. The band keep the listener under the impression that they employ every instrument known to man or beast. (A cymbal suspended at least four feet above drummer John Stanierâ€™s head suggests a call to action for a giraffe or Mr. Fantastic.) With former members of powerhouses such as Don Caballero and Helmet gracing the trenches, Battles rock the shit out constantly. â€œTontoâ€