Abora Recordings emerged onto the scene in October 2004 with the release of Icone's, massive instrumental trancer, Sorrow. This was accompanied by a huge Hemstock & Jennings remix. The track set the tone for what was to come, underground trance with overground credentials. Luis Kala was the second release to hit the stores, coming at the beginning of 2005. After some restructuring, Abora has re-established itself with the aim to forge a powerful reputation in the trance scene. Between 1st of January 2010 and September 2012 the label was based in Calgary, Canada. Since then, Abora Recordings is based in Washington, USA and operated by Harpaul Alberto Kohli.