A friend of mine, very prepared on perfumery, wrote this article about The Infidels and Liquid Crystal (watch the liquid, it was different, fluorescent green) in 19 Oct 2010. I quote from - http://bergamottoebenzoino.blogspot.it/2010/10/agonist-perfumes.html:
"The Infidels" combines floral, woody and animal notes in an unusual and very well sewed way, so much so that I couldnâ€™t understand exactly what notes are in it, the feeling is that of a single set, impacting the nose with a certain strength.
So for once, I copy the pyramid as presented in their website: blueberry (which I didnâ€™t detect), cumin and bergamot in the top, lavender and magnolia in the heart, tonka bean, patchouli and labdanum at the base. A deep, even dark scent of stunning character where woody notes get particularly animalic and intense. I think many people wonâ€™t find at ease wearing this, but I was completely won over.
"Liquid Crystal" opens with a whip of bergamot and cumin, then a very soft lavender joins in; itâ€™s a very warm, aromatic, smooth note, and certainly itâ€™s a lavender absolue, not essence. The heart is characterized by a woody-green feeling, created by a delicate vetiver+ something slightly bitter licorice-type like immortelle, all wrapped in a cloud of coumarin. There is also, in the background, an animalic note I couldnâ€™t determine, which bridges consistently with cumin and which is also present in â€śThe Infidelsâ€ť. It might be costly ambergris.
If now youâ€™re thinking â€śOk, just another lavender+ coumarine perfumeâ€ť youâ€™re wrong, this composition shows that itâ€™s still possible to create something quite different with rather â€śordinaryâ€ť notes. Again, creativity is all you need, and if this is the Swedish way to perfume I find it amazing, and look forward someone else to follow it soon.