- "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 (Inflagranti Remix) (2013)
- Matias Aguayo - El Sucu Tucu (2013)
- Daniel Avery - Naive Response (2013)
- Joe Goddard feat. Valentina - Gabriel (Soulwax Remix) (2012)
- Daniel Maloso - Body Music (Original Mix) (2012)
- Green Velvet & Harvard Bass - Lazer Beams (2012)
- Zombie Nation - Tryouts (2012)
- Tom Rowlands - Nothing But Pleasure (2013)
- Jackson and 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)
GTA V's trackID.gxt2 database reveals more songs were planned to appear on the station but were not included in the final version.
- 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 beta radio wheel.
- This radio station plays during all Hao Street Races.
- This is Los Santos Triads and Tao Cheng's favourite radio station.
- This is one of the five radio stations that don't feature commercials. The others are WorldWide FM, East Los FM, FlyLo FM and The Lab.
- This is the fifth radio station in the series that plays Techno music, since the appearance of The Fix FM in Grand Theft Auto 1.
- This is one of the two radio stations that wasn't updated for the enhanced version of GTA V, along with East Los FM.
- This is likely to be one of Molly Schultz's favorite radio stations as this is one of the default radio stations in her car, the other being FlyLo FM.
- The song El Sucu Tucu appears to be an edited version by Soulwax, since it features more bass drops and samples. Some are partially from the song before, The Strange Art, but not all.
- Some of the songs were given higher pitches or faster tempos compared to their original versions. This can be easily compared when you listen to the radio station then listening to each of the songs in the Rockstar Editor music selection.
- The Fix FM, a radio station in Grand Theft Auto 1 that plays techno music.
- Brooklyn Underground FM, a radio station in GTA1 that plays Techno, Trance and Drum and Bass.
- Lithium FM, a radio station in GTA2 that plays a random array of music, including a techno song.
- Rise FM, a radio station in Grand Theft Auto III and Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories that plays trance and house music, and also features a song by Green Velvet.
- 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 and 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.