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Pedro Costa (musician)

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Years active  2008 – present
Music group  Stealing Orchestra
Role  Composer ·
Name  Pedro Costa

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Origin  North Bay, Ontario, Canada
Genres  New Blues Indie Rock Indie Folk Electronic
Associated acts  Fetal Pulse, Dove Pilot
Albums  The Fantasy World of Daniela, Refraction (Remixes)
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Pedro Costa is a Canadian television composer, and music producer. He first achieved notability in Poland where he received national airplay, and had two songs in the Polish singles chart.



Driven by his passion for songwriting Pedro's solo recording debut came in 2008 with the Portuguese single "A beira da estrada". This was the followed by his first Alternative Rock EP "The Light". Recorded in 2009, it has generated Pedro's biggest success to date. Discovered online by Polish radio producer and personality Piotr Baron the song went on to chart in Poland's singles chart. The Light reached a peek position of 11th on 5 May 2009 (see Charts). And was ranked 85th overall for 2009. According to Costa, "The Light" was also played nationally in Portugal by Rádio Renascença. Some success also came in Costa's native Canada. In 2010 "Fooled Again?" was discovered by CBC radio producer Amanda Putz and featured on CBC Radio 1 show Bandwidth. The track also made the CBC radio 3 track of the day.

After several other singles releases and collaborative efforts his first full-length album "Discovery" was released March 2011. His first TV licensing deal came from an original rendition of the song, "God’s Gonna Cut You Down".

Solo Releases

  • Made for TV (2015)
  • Discovery (2011)
  • Pie In The Sky (2010) (EP)
  • The Light (2009) (EP)
  • Fetal Pulse

  • Synthetica (2015) (EP)
  • Space (2013)
  • Cityscapes (2011)
  • Dove Pilot

  • Dove Pilot (2015)
  • References

    Pedro Costa (musician) Wikipedia