Fursaxa, acclaimed East Coast free-form folk artist Tara Burke, will leave you faded. Swooning. Syncopic. What with two local shows this week, anticipate spending a couple evenings sprawled out on floors, Burke’s tripped-out lullabies having bested your instinct for, well, consciousness and verticality. This is fine; give in. Note that she’s inspired by the 12th century abbess Hildegard von Bingen, a throwback to bygone mystical times—there’s no fighting that old-school magic. Think looping detuned guitars, ambient organs and a Nightingale alto that makes up for lack of melody with bustling dynamics and old-fashioned psychedelia. Yup, you’re a goner. Fursaxa’s new 7-inch is on S.F.’s Mt. St. Mtn. label, their third vinyl release and first since the Sic Alps’ rad The Soft Tour in Rough Form, and it’s a keeper.