- "A continuous mix of dance and electronica."
- ―GTA V Website
- Palmbomen - Stock (Soulwax remix) (2013)
- Fatal Error - Fatal Error (1988)
- Supersempfft - Let's Beam Him Up (1979)
- Mim Suleiman - Mingi (2010)
- FKClub - The Strange Art (In Flagranti remix) (2013)
- Matias Aguayo - El Sucu Tucu (2013)
- Daniel Avery - Naive Response (2013)
- Joe Goddard - Gabriel (Soulwax remix) (2012)
- Daniel Maloso - Body Music (2012)
- Green Velvet + Harvard Bass - Lazer Beams (2012)
- Zombie Nation - Tryouts (2012)
- Tom Rowlands - Nothing But Pleasure (2013)
- Jackson + His Computerband - Arp #1 (2013)
- Goose - Synrise (Soulwax remix) (2013)
- Transistorcake - Mr. Croissant Taker (2013)
- Tiga - Plush (Jacques Lu Cont remix) (2012)
- The Hacker - Shockwave (Gesaffelstein remix) (2012)
- Pulp - After You (Soulwax remix) (2013)
- Soulwax FM is based on Radio Soulwax - real-life Internet radio station owned by Soulwax.
- During development of the game, Soulwax FM was known as Radio Soulwax or RSWX, as seen on the radio wheel.
- This radio station plays during all Hao Street Races.
- This is Los Santos Triads favourite radio station.
- This is one of the four radio stations that don't feature commercials. The others are WorldWide FM, East Los FM 106.2 and FlyLo FM.
- The Fix FM, a radio station in Grand Theft Auto 1 that plays techno music.
- Rise FM, a radio station in Grand Theft Auto III and Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories that plays trance and house music.
- SF-UR, a radio station in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas that plays house music.
- Electro-Choc, a radio station in Grand Theft Auto IV that plays electro & house music.
- Vladivostok FM, a radio station in Episodes from Liberty City that plays house music.
- Deadmau5, a radio station in Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars that plays house music.
- DFA, A radio station in Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars that plays electronica and dance-punk music.
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