How about a little Bitchin’ Bajas? On this episode of “Distorting Time,” host Dan Deacon sifts through genres and generations to compile two hours of music from a diverse group of artists and composers, including Henry Flynt, Mary Lattimore and more. This episode originally aired midnight to 2 a.m. June 26 on 89.7 WTMD:

Distorting Time with Dan Deacon on WTMD

Baltimore musician and composer Dan Deacon is the host of “Distorting Time,” a new radio show on WTMD featuring long-form instrumental jams. The show begins at midnight Fridays and runs through 2 a.m. Saturdays on 89.7 WTMD. Illustration by Wilson Ward Kemp.

1. “Ferris Wheel, January” by Mary Lattimore
2. “Soundiata l’exil” by Rail Band (feat. Mory Kanté)
3. “Ayee Morshume Be-Reham Duniya” by Rupa
4. “Kepler” by Nobukazu Takemura
5. “Stereo Piano (1978)” by Henry Flynt
6. “Zone 5” by Bitchin Bajas