Leor Galil
Leor Galil

Leor Galil

Leor Galil began freelancing for the Reader in 2010, and he joined the staff in 2012. He's also 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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Hip-hop taught Andre Vasquez about community—and he wants to take those lessons to City Hall Hip-hop taught Andre Vasquez about community—and he wants to take those lessons to City Hall In the 90s he rapped as Prime and joined underground collective the Molemen. Now he’s a socialist candidate for 40th Ward alderman, hoping to unseat entrenched incumbent Patrick O’Connor. February 14, 2019
Chicago riff machines Bible of the Devil celebrate 20 years with album seven Chicago riff machines Bible of the Devil celebrate 20 years with album seven Plus: Local rapper Boys vs. Girls hosts “The Pride Takeover” at Gallery Cabaret, and Deep Breakfast combines ambient music with brunch at Sleeping Village. March 19, 2019

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