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The Masquerade Presents

Ramona Falls

Social Studies | Loraine


8:00 PM | $10.00 ADV | All Ages


Ramona Falls

Ramona Falls is pretty sure they are fairly
close to discovering a way
to predict the future.

Don’t believe me?
Their first album, Intuit, successfully predicted
the past.

The future is an impressive goal for a band from
Portland, Oregon. The only problem
with Ramona Falls is they like to be specific.

That’s the problem with prophecy,
the more specific it is, the less likely
it is to be believed.
The more general it is, the more
useless it becomes.
Ramona Falls likes to be specific.

For instance, if Prophet One told you
when you die your head would become
twice its normal sizeRead More

Social Studies

Naming their sophomore album Developer is a bold move for the still-young band Social Studies. But it is as apt a descriptor as you’re likely to find for how the sound of this San Francisco-based five-piece has flourished, matured, and, yes, developed over the past two years. 
The band - led by Natalia Rogovin (vocals, keys) and Michael Jirkovsky (drums), who were joined in 2009 by bassist Jesse Hudson and guitarist Tom Smith and this year by second guitarist Ben McClintock - has already won a loyal fan base thanks to their arch take on modernist pop as heard on 2010 release Wind Up Wooden Heart. Social Studies has become a force to be reckoned with in concert as well, transfixing…

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