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Miles Davis’ recently re-released and re-evaluated ’70s electric music is paid a lot of lip service by today’s electronica scene. But few studio boffins even come close to Davis’ organic power jams, which sound endless, chaotic, and meditative all at once. The members of Electro Fetus, associates of the NYC illbient scene and collaborators with avant-gardists Graham Haynes and Daniel Carter, understand Davis’ marriage of technology and spirit. The duo’s name conjures images of charged pools of amniotic fluids flowing in time with the universe, and the band’s music achieves a woozy wombadelic groove. See Electro Fetus in action on drums and Moogs when it opens for ubiquitous and omnipotent bassist William Parker performing with dancer Patricia Nicholson Parker at Chief Ike’s Mambo Room at 8 p.m. at 1725 Columbia Road NW. $8. (202) 332-2211. (CP)