- "Francois K rocks the most discerning of contemporary dance floors with cutting-edge sounds only on Electro-Choc."
- — GTA IV Website
- "Electro-Choc welcomes its newest sound - brought to you by Crookers. The Italian born DJ/production duo bring their inimitable sounds direct from Milan to Liberty City."
- — The Ballad of Gay Tony Website
The station is hosted by DJ François K in Grand Theft Auto IV. In The Ballad of Gay Tony, the station is updated and features a new DJ, Crookers, who play their setlist from Maisonette 9, where they are the resident DJs.
Grand Theft Auto IV rendition
- Padded Cell - "Signal Failure" (2005)
- Black Devil Disco Club - "The Devil In Us (Dub)" (2006)
- One + One - "No Pressure (Deadmau5 Remix)" (2007)
- Alex Gopher - "Brain Leech (Bugged Mind remix)" (2006)
- K.I.M. - "B.T.T.T.T.R.Y. (Bag Raiders Remix)" (2007)
- Simian Mobile Disco - "Tits and Acid" (2006)
- Nitzer Ebb - "Let Your Body Learn" (1986)
- Kavinsky - "Testarossa Autodrive (SebastiAn Remix)" (2007)
- Chris Lake vs. Deadmau5 - "I Thought Inside Out (Original Mix)" (2007)
- Boys Noize - "& Down" (2007)
- Justice - "Waters of Nazareth" (2005)
- Killing Joke - "Turn to Red" (1979)
- Playgroup - "Make It Happen" (instrumental version) (2000)
- Liquid Liquid – "Optimo" (1983)
The Ballad of Gay Tony and Episodes from Liberty City rendition
- Major Lazer (feat. Leftside & Supahype) - "Jump Up" (2009)
- Daniel Haaksman (feat. MC Miltinho) - "Kid Conga" (2009)
- Boy 8-Bit - "A City Under Siege" (2009)
- Crookers (feat. Kardinal Offishall & Carla-Marie) - "Put Your Hands on Me (A Capella)" (2009)
- The Chemical Brothers - "Nude Night" (2003)
- Crookers (feat. Solo) - "Bad Men" (2009)
- Miike Snow - "Animal (A Capella)" (2009)
- Jahcoozi - "Watching You (Oliver $ Remix)" (2009)
- Crookers (feat. Nic Sarno) - "Boxer" (2009)
- SonicC - "Stickin" (2009)
- Black Noise - "Knock You Out (Andy George Remix)" (2009)
- Mixhell (feat. Jen Lasher & Oh Snap) - "Boom Da (Crookers Mix)" (2009)
- Crookers (feat. Kelis) - "No Security" (2009)
( ** This song was meant to appear on the TBOGT rentidion of this station, but was later moved to Vladivostok FM)
Grand Theft Auto IV soundtrack:
Episodes from Liberty City soundtrack:
- The logo of Electro-Choc resembles a neon sign with a headset socket.
- The station appears to be pronounced "Electro-Shock", though Niko Bellic will pronounce the station's name phonetically.
- The station plays inside the Middle Park East Safehouse.
- "No Security" by Crookers will play whilst Luis Lopez parachutes back to Liberty City after escaping the exploding Ghawar during "Departure Time", the final mission of The Ballad of Gay Tony.
- Electro-Choc is one of three non-stop "mix" stations, the others being MSX FM and Rise FM in Grand Theft Auto III. As a result, the station features no commercials. If the files for this station are viewed, it is revealed that the entire playlist is one 44 minute file. It plays in the same order every time, much like stations of the 3D Universe.
- Electro-Choc is played inside Brucie Kibbutz's penthouse, Niko's Middle Park East Safehouse, Maisonette 9 (TBoGT only), the Triangle Club (EFLC only) & Honkers Gentlemen's Club.
- This is the favourite radio station of the Algonquin Triads, the Korean Mob and the Jewish Mob.
- The main album version of "Animal" by Miike Snow was due to be featured on Radio Mirror Park in Grand Theft Auto V but was cut from the final version of the game.
- Rise FM - a radio station in Grand Theft Auto III and Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories that also plays house music.
- SF-UR - a radio station in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas that also plays house music.
- Vladivostok FM - a radio station in Episodes from Liberty City that also plays house music.
- Deadmau5 - a radio station in Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars that also plays house music.
- Soulwax FM - a radio station in Grand Theft Auto V that also plays house and electro music.
- RamJam FM - a radio station in Episodes from Liberty City that features another song by Major Lazer.