Leor Galil
Leor Galil

Leor Galil

Leor Galil is a Reader music writer. In 2017, Reader readers voted him the third best pizza in Chicago. Leor began freelancing for the Reader in 2010, and he joined the staff in 2012. He's written for The Washington Post, Pitchfork, Rolling Stone, Forbes.com, MTV News, The A.V. Club, and the Washington City Paper. He's been called anything but Leor by people who can't pronounce his name.

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The <i>Reader</i>’s guide to the 2019 Pitchfork Music Festival The Reader’s guide to the 2019 Pitchfork Music Festival Even on a weekend it shares with the Silver Room Block Party and the debut of ComplexCon Chicago, Pitchfork stands out for its farsighted, eclectic bookings. July 16, 2019
A brief oral history of the Silver Room Block Party A brief oral history of the Silver Room Block Party Since moving to Hyde Park, this free community-focused festival has blossomed into one of Chicago’s most important cultural institutions. July 15, 2019
Dusty Groove is selling off thousands of LPs for a dollar each Dusty Groove is selling off thousands of LPs for a dollar each Plus: Anonymous local dark-ambient producer Faithful drops a free EP, and the Better Yet podcast raises funds for the AIDS Foundation of Chicago with a Wilco tribute compilation. July 15, 2019

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