I made my way to Bushwick this past sunny Sunday, the final day of Armory Week, to check out the 2nd annual SITE Fest : a weekend-long festival of performance-based art spread out across nearly 30 venues. Most of the events involved theater, dance, or what most people refer to as "performance art" though music was also heavy on the agenda. Goodbye Blue Monday was home of the first annual ionSound Music Festival: a lofty title for what was essentially a day/night folk music session. Split between two stages (one an unheated backyard stage fashioned with a lit-up Peace Sign), everyone got a 1/2 hour to play whatever they wanted (provided it was acoustic.) Adrienne Anemone sang with a shrieking, Valkyrie-like soprano, backed by a cellist. Like, Mountains (reduced to their lead singer, Rachel) was hushed and powerful, with dense, intelligent lyrics. Boo Hoo (from Frankfurt, Germany) sang quirky songs filled with equal parts hope and despair. And, Susan Hwang played accordion while singing about evolution and zombies.After the sun went down, art historian Andrea Liu used her home on Jefferson Ave to host a completely unique outdoor performance by noise experimentalists Loud Objects, soprano Jen Walshe, and - most fascinatingly - performance team Torino:Margolis, who used a electronic muscle stimulator to activate the muscles in Torino's neck.