Post-transcriptional modifications of RNA strongly influence the RNA structure and function. Recent advances in RNA sequencing and mass spectrometry (MS) methods have identified over 140 of these modifications on a wide variety of RNA species. Most next-generation sequencing approaches can only map one RNA modification at a time, and while MS can assign multiple modifications simultaneously in an unbiased manner, MS cannot accurately catalog and assign RNA modifications in complex biological samples due to limitations in the fragment length and coverage depth. Thus, a facile method to identify novel RNA modifications while simultaneously locating them in the context of their RNA sequences is still lacking. We combined two orthogonal modes of RNA ion separation before MS identification: high-field asymmetric ion mobility separation (FAIMS) and electrochemically modulated liquid chromatography (EMLC). FAIMS RNA MS increases both coverage and throughput, while EMLC LC-MS orthogonally separates RNA molecules of different lengths and charges. The combination of the two methods offers a broadly applicable platform to improve the length and depth of MS-based RNA sequencing while providing contextual access to the analysis of RNA modifications.