Radio Mirror Park
|Appearance(s):||Grand Theft Auto V|
|Host:||George Lewis Jr.|
- "Indie modern rock from the underground."
- ―GTA V Website
- Battle Tapes - Feel the Same (2012)
- Dan Croll - From Nowhere (Baardsen Remix) (2012)
- DJ Mehdi - Lucky Boy (Outlines Remix) (2006)
- Feathers - Dark Matter (2013)
- Jai Paul - Jasmine (Demo Version) (2012)
- Living Days - Little White Lie (2010)
- Miami Horror - Sometimes (2009)
- Tony Castles - Heart In The Pipes (KAUF Remix) (2011)
- Toro Y Moi - So Many Details (2012)
- Twin Shadow - Shooting Holes (2010)
- Twin Shadow - Old Love / New Love (2013)
- Y.A.C.H.T. - Psychic City (Classixx Remix) (2009)
- Black Strobe - Boogie in Zero Gravity (2012)
- Age of Consent - Colours (2013)
- Favored Nations - The Set Up (2013)
- Neon Indian - Change Of Coasts (2013)
- Nite Jewel - Nowhere To Go (2013)
- Yeasayer - Don't Come Close (2013)
- The Chain Gang of 1974 - Sleepwalking (2013)
- Poolside - Do You Believe? (2010)
- The C90's - Shine A Light (Flight Facilities Remix) (2010)
- HEALTH - High Pressure Dave (2013)
GTA V's trackID.gxt2 database reveals many more songs were planned to appear on the station but were not included in the final version.
- !!! - One Girl/One Boy (2013)
- Ducktails - Assistant Director (2013)
- Friendly Fires - Hurting (2011)
- Future Islands - Before the Bridge (2011)
- Gold Fields - Thunder (2013)
- Junior Boys - EP (2011)
- Mitzi - Truly Alive (2013)
- Moving Units - Until She Says (2011)
- Niki & The Dove - The Drummer (2011)
- Panama - One Piece (2013)
- Rainbow Arabia - Blind (2011)
- SebastiAn feat. Mayer Hawthorne - Love In Motion (2011)
- The Ruby Suns - In Real Life (2013)
- The Shoes - Time to Dance (2010)
- Toro Y Moi - Day One (2013)
- Toro Y Moi - New Beat (2011)
- Twin Shadow - Run My Heart (2012)
- Ultraísta - Smalltalk (Four Tet remix) (2012)
- Yeasayer - O.N.E. (2010)
- The song "Sleepwalking" by The Chain Gang of 1974 was featured in the Grand Theft Auto V official trailer.
- It is also the end credit music for the mission, "The Time's Come."
- "The Set Up" by Favored Nations is the end credit music for the mission, "The Third Way."
- "Change of Coasts" by Neon Indian is the main theme of Grand Theft Auto Online.
- This radio station also plays during all Sea Races.
- "Shine A Light" by The C90's plays during Michael's drug trip on the mission, "Did Somebody Say Yoga?" It also rarely plays, usually after the before mentioned mission and can take well over an hour to play. Most players will only hear this song once or twice if at all.
- The band, HEALTH, previously scored all of Max Payne 3, another Rockstar developed title.
- "Don't Come Close" by Yeasayer is the end credit music for the mission, "Something Sensible."
- All three end credit themes are from this station.
- The station seems to be part of the hipster subculture.
- This is Michael De Santa's third favorite radio station.
- Songs from this radio station play in all Suburban and Binco clothing stores (no commercials).
- The frequency 88.9 is almost certainly not a coincidence. 88.9 is also the frequency of KXLU, a Los Angeles radio station out of Loyola Marymount college that plays independent music and demos of up and coming artists, which hipsters would be fond of.
- The song, "High Pressure Dave," is firstly a song in the album, The Music of Grand Theft Auto V. Thus the song is specifically for the game and it could be referencing Dave Norton and the pressure he is under with his corruption.
- "From Nowhere" (Baardsen Remix) by Dan Croll is featured in the PS4 trailer for Grand Theft Auto V.
- It is obvious that the station caters the hipster subculture due of the Mirror Park reference and the character of the music.
- The in-game files lists this station as "silverlake," a clear reference to the real-life neighborhood, Silver Lake, in LA. The neighborhood is well-known for its hipsters and its indie music scene, in which Mirror Park is based on.
- In between songs, "Do You Believe" by Poolside, is played in the background.
- Wave 103, a radio station in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City and Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories that also plays Synthpop and New Wave.
- Radio Broker, a radio station in Grand Theft Auto IV and Episodes from Liberty City that also plays "hipster music" in the form of Indie rock and Dance-rock.