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The Chemical Brothers share new dub mix for themed radio series

It's the first mix in the duo's Radio Chemical series for Sonos Radio

The Chemical Brothers have shared a brand new mix.

Earlier this year, Sonos announced a new series of personal radio stations, curated by a number of huge artists including Björk, FKA twigs and D'Angelo. Legendary electronic duo The Chemical Brothers were also announced for the Sonos Radio roster, presenting a new mix each week via their station: Radio Chemical.

Their first episode features a dub themed mix, taking "a deep dig" into The Bros' record collections, with tracks from Creation Rebel, Sir Horatio, and King Tubby.

"The "in dub mix " channels our love of dub music - where the foundation is drum and bass and the lead instrument is the mixing desk, where a delay feeding back on itself can be as exciting as a heartfelt lyric," the duo said. "A lot of this music pushes the boundaries of what can be done with a multi track and an application of echo, eq and phase. It's a constant inspiration to us of what is possible in the studio and the myriad of ways you can find to interpret a song."

You can check out the mix below.

Last year, David Guetta remixed Chemical Brothers' classic track 'Hey Boy, Hey Girl' under his Jack Back alias.