I just heard that Best Buy is discontinuing music sales. Very soon it will be near impossible to buy a CD in a store.
Country is probably bigger than rock. Chris Stapleton is really good, much better than most of the rock acts I stumble upon. I actually don't like most hip-hop and EDM. I'm a punk fan and becoming a bit of a prog rock fan. I just like music so much that I try to be aware of what is trending.
Back to the subject of modern design, I just though of Casper that's been getting a lot of traction:
Very simple fabrics, few colors. The furniture is even modern. (OK, shaker, but still pretty clean!)
It's hard to find good examples outside of tech, because tech is driving the culture and evolving faster than some other sectors. For example, at my last job they made storage bins. Some of the molds were 10+ years old. They can't respond to trends because their pay-back horizon is just too long.