Elizabeth Wakefield
Elizabeth Wakefield is an Editorial Intern for BTRtoday with a focus on music and culture.

Elizabeth moved to New York from the small city of Amarillo, Texas, in the summer of 2013 in search of a bigger music scene and opportunity. She is now a Brooklyn-based musician and plays in multiple bands as a singer, songwriter, bassist, and guitarist. She performs extensively throughout Brooklyn and Manhattan with bands Fruit & Flowers and Darkwing. She has an affinity for the city and its artists and has found a home and family within the music and DIY communities.

When she isn't playing shows, you can find her collaborating with fellow artists, writing and listening to music in her room, making jewelry, painting, and/or cuddling with her kitty cat, Lazer Beem.

You can follow her on Facebook and Instagram to stay up to date with her music, travel, and creative endeavors!
Recent Posts
The former rhythm section of beloved garden state group Dentist, Rudy Meier and Nick Kaelblein, have created a sound that mixes vocal harmonies and kinetic guitar work reminiscent of Modest Mouse or Sunny Day Real Estate.
Harvey Lush offers an oasis of exotic instrumentation that’s more common to an orchestra than a pop band.
Holly Overton recently shared her latest album with Midnight People at Sunnyvale for the release of “Every New Day.”
Synesthesia is when one relates a color to other sensations. So, some can see the color read when the see the number 4, etc. BTRtoday wants to know how this work in the art world?
We chat w/ NYC music pioneers Sharkmuffin, and, boy oh boy, do they have a killer record coming out May 5--check it out!
Reneé Orshan, a.k.a. RÉN (pronounced rain), is a confident, feminine, indie goddess from New York. She has a stage presence that radiates power as she swings her golden Lorde-esque mane to the beat.