Los Angeles, California, USA

FITTER is an "Afro Dub-Rock Experimental" band from Los Angeles, CA. FITTER is a band that comes around once every few years to defy the norm.


FITTER ( , ) is a fearless band from Los Angeles, CA. FITTER expresses freedom in their musical direction and songs. Their latest release “Through the Green Jungles of Plenty…” (Red Star Penguin) encases their evolution and shines bright with ingenuity. FITTER’s music has been featured on national/international television, radio, and press outlets such as Mun2, TCS (Salvadorean Corporate Network), The Travel Channel, LATV, La Opinion, KPFK, KXLU, Kill Radio, Al Borde, Brave New Foundation’s Facebook Series “Cuentame” and others. FITTER's muisc can be purchased on CD Baby, iTunes and various digital media outlets. For the past 12 years the Trio has been dedicated to writing/arranging songs and sharpening their skills to reach this very moment. At this stage of their musical journey FITTER has earned a loyal L.A. underground following. Their live shows take you on a high energy, emotional experience. Currently, FITTER is working on new music for FREE download 2011 and just returned from a self-booked tour of El Salvador & Guatemala.

FITTER has played the following venues:

House of Blues, Whisky a go-go, The Troubador, El Rey Theater, Viper Room, Knitting Factory, BB King’s, Hollywood Palladium, On the Rox (Roxy), The Cat Club, The Echo, Safari Sam’s, Cocunut Teaszer, Mal’s Bar, The Joint, Good Hurt, Zen Sushi, Pico Rivera Sports Arena (ArkaFest), Barnsdall Park (Eco Maya), Mr. T’s Bowl, Westchester Sports Bar & Grill, 14 Below, California Institute of Abnormal Arts (CIA), Blue Cafe, California State University Northridge, The Dome (Bakersfield), Replay Lounge, The Scene, Malibu Inn, Hollywood Park, Bordello, Senor Fish, Woodbury University, Carecen, Conga Room, The Waterfront, Olvera Street, Spike's, Anarchy Library, Rockotitlan, Midnight Theater, AC Lounge, The Garter, The Boogie Den.

-New Mexico:
Launch Pad, Ralli's 4th St. Pub & Grill , Q-Time Patio, Hurricane Alley, Harla Mays, The Zone, WilLee's, Atomic Cantina, Capitol Bar, Shadows Lounge & Grill

Zepplins Pub, O2 Lounge, Cinncinati Bar, Zen Meister's Bar, Hot Rods on Wheels

La Prensa Grafica/Salvadorean National Publication (2011) - Interview and Live Performance
El Diaro de Hoy/Salvadorean National Publication (2011) - Interview
MAS! El Salvador/Salvadorean National Publication (2011) - Interview
EXA FM 91.3 El Salvador (2011) - Interview
Power 97.3 FM El Salvador /Subterranica (2011) - Interview
KPFK/Travel Tips to Aztlan (2010) - Interview
Pirate Cat Radio (2010) - Interview
KXLU (2010) - Live Perfomance
KPFK/Ask a Mexican (2010) - Interview
KUNM (2010) - Interview
Al Borde (2008, 2009 & 2010) - Interviews
Cut & Paste Magazine (2008) - Interview
La Opinion (2007) - Top U.S. Spanish Newspaper, Band Interview
Kill Radio (2007) - Live Performance & Interview

Film & Television:
TCS (Salvadorean Corporate Network)/Viva La Mañana & Tal Para Cual (2011) - Interview & Performance
Radicales/ Salvadorean Alternative/Cultural Program (2011) - Interview & Live Performance
Cuentame (2010) - 2 part Live Performance and Interview
Recession Sessions Episode #2 (2010) - Live Perormance
Recession Sessions Episode # 1 (2009) - Live Performancce
Mun2 (2007) - Interview
Galeria Alternative (2007) - Interview
Flowers for McGillycuddy" (2007) - Digital Visual Video Art piece
Travel Channel (2007) – “Ojos” featured song on episode.
White Boy (2006) – Independent Film, Music and Band Extras featured
LATV (2006) - Performance & Interview


Through the Green Jungles of Plenty... (2010)
You Don’t Belong Here, But We’ll Use You Anyway - (2006)
Fitter – Self Titled EP – (2002) OUT OF PRINT

Set List

FITTER's set lists vary from 45 to 90 minutes of original material. FITTER set lists are pre-meditated and rehearsed, but still have room to make adjustments if needed to satisfy the vibe of the audience. The only covers FITTER has played live are their own renditions of "Indian Reservation" (Paul Revere and The Raiders), "Police and Thieves" (Junior Murvin Version), "Mr Grammarticologylisationalism Is the Boss" (Fela Kuti), "Bad Card" (Bob Marley), "Goin' Down the Road" (Woody Guthrie)