Don't ask about the name. They don't really know what it means, either, and its origins remain cloudy. What's clear are the harmonies. What's distorted are the crunchy riffs. Little Rock quartet Ashtray Babyhead have emerged as one of the stalwart groups of that city's diverse music scene, purveying their brand of heavy alt-pop from the grimy stage at Vino's brewpub in downtown Little Rock to an ASCAP showcase in New York City and opening for Motley Crue (by winning a heated battle-of-the-bands when AB don't even play metal-styled music and being meagerly rewarded by the Crue for opening the show with a crappy box of their greatest hits CDs). "O Rama" was the band's debut on disc, released on Little Rock's Valmar label. It's long sold-out so you may only find it at the used stores (and anyone who takes a copy there is an idiot...no offense). The good news is that the boys have a new disc out. It's called "Radio" and is available at fine record stores everywhere on Glue Factory Records. Or just visit their site.