“Taiga” (Mute Records), the fifth and newest album from singer/songwriter Zola Jesus, is another enticing combination of electronic beats and classical atmosphere. But it’s most notable for an overall celestial vibe that lands somewhere between reverent and liturgical. Hopped-up liturgies just might be the next big thing, and Jesus will bring it to Durham’s Motorco Music Hall on Friday. Doors open at 8 p.m., Deradoorian and VVAQRT open and tickets are $15-$17. See motorcomusic.com for details.