Crafting an entire clothing collection around one specific defunct music venue seems like a tall order, unless you're CBGB, and you've just proven that millions of people can't get enough of t-shirts/rhyming "B" with "B". For Melbourne-born threads trying a different route, check out Saint Augustine Academy.
Just arrived in DC, the Aussies at SAA have dubbed their new spring/summer line "Crystal Ballroom" after the late '70s/early '80s Victoria concert hall that inspired its look, with a sort of grunge-formal aesthetic modeled after the club's clientele of "early-day Goths, skinheads, hard mods, and new-wave punks", unlike regular establishment punks, who still acknowledge their friends from afar with only one hand. Alley-chic, cotton dress shirts include the blue and white micro-stripe "Person Brothers" with a rounded collar, the light gray "Potato Cooperative" with a mandarin collar and tail, and an any-season (black, red, or gray) tailored number called "Ballad of a Thin Man", presumably because it was made by a Machinist. The line's also got a full complement of blazers, like the "Young Charlatans" in gray Marl wool with black lapels, the white cotton "Vampire Lovers" tux jacket with black satin accents, and a slim-fitting, two-button sport coat dubbed "8 Days a Week", boasting an ability to make you "look sharp and successful on a daily basis"...apparently so much so, that you'll be able to buy a whole additional one!
Completing the set, they've also got trousers like a straight leg cotton dress pant called "Taste the Floor", which if you try at CBGB now, would leave your mouth super defuncty.