John Giovanazzi (aka Rev. John/John G.) promoter of Das Bunker,  half-joked about sleeping at Catch-One this weekend, and he might seriously consider it. The promoter of the long-running dark-industrial haven, is back with events all weekend long at his legendary dance party’s original location, and each should be busy with beat lovers dancing their black-clad butts off.  Friday: he’s got Creux Lies, a post-punk band from Sacramento touring in support of their new(ish) album, Divine Goodbye, which made a lot tastemakers’ year end lists. Saturday: dance music producer Louisahhh, plays hot tracks from her latest album, an industrial crossover experience called The Practice of Freedom. The show is a stop on her first US tour in over 4 years. Sunday: Atlanta’s Vision Video, one of the biggest bands on goth TikTok at the moment, stop by the club as part of their current tour.  Das Bunker ‘s events also feature an array of DJs in multiple rooms as always. Yes, as Giovanazzi tells us, nightlife is really looking up as pandemic numbers continue to go down in L.A., especially the last couple of weeks.  “It seems like people are ready to get back out and resume their old lives,” he says. “And there’s going to be plenty of things for them to do. It’s going to be a fun summer.” From his lips to goth’s ears.

All events at Catch One, 4067 W. Pico Blvd. W. L.A. More info and tickets at dasbunker.org/

LA Weekly