DGMayne is a Billboard-charting music producer and songwriter currently based in NYC. He is also co-owner of the illustrious Penthouse Recording Studios in Times Square, Manhattan. Lastly, he is the keyboardist in the alt-rock trio CANVAS. He has produced for brands such as NIKE, Netflix, TLC, HGTV, MTV, and Lowe's to name a few. He has also produced for major artists Jim Jones, Tiger Shroff, Musiq Soulchild, NORE, Joe Budden, Bridget Kelly, Ali Caldwell, Grafh and more. Furthermore, DGMayne's efforts have landed him praise from radio titans Power 105, Hot 97, Shade 45, and Sway In The Morning. To date, his musical compositions have amassed over 30 million streams across all media platforms. DGMayne’s mantra in music creation is “My aim is to take listeners someplace outside of their world they are living in and make them feel something genuine.”
In 2018, he formed the alt-rock band CANVAS with longtime collaborators Jerid Nowell and Jesse Rothman where he operates as the Producer, Engineer and Synth Player. CANVAS has toured in New York City, playing at renowned venues The Knitting Factory, The Bitter End, Pianos, Bowery Electric, and The Red Lion. Through the band’s endeavors, they have been featured in press from Tinnitist, Ghost Cult Mag, Overtone, NYS Music, and Broadway World. CANVAS is committed to experimentalism, sonic diversity and exploration. They thrive in unchartered territory and hold no expectation for what their sound should or should not be.Their divergent roots (influenced by Bluegrass Folk, Punk/Metal and Hip Hop)have sparked a musical journey ranging from triumphant anthems to soulful ballads, and edgy fusions of alternative pop, rock and funk. When creating, they state their approach is different for every song. Focused on bending genres and blending electronic/acoustic production, they constantly set out to achieve an ever-evolving hybrid sound. CANVAS believes nothing is certain, including creation.
In 2021, he became co-owner of the world-renowned Penthouse Recording Studios in midtown Manhattan. The building has hosted some of music's most notable names including The Beatles, Coldplay, Alicia Keys, Tupac Shakur, The Notorious BIG, and more. While the recording studio acts as the brick and mortar location, he also heads up Penthouse Records where he is the VP of A&R and heads up a production team with a focus on sync work in the Film, TV, and videogame realms.