Alright, that's helpful. Based on the sound profile in your first post and the details you provided here, I'd steer you toward a good all-arounder with a solid, but not overly boosted bass profile to let you enjoy the detail in that electro-swing and EDM without it becoming overwhelming and muddy. But we have to stay away from sibilance and harsh treble. Also, you want at least a bit of cool for college (I added that part, but I know I would have been thinking of that - at least a bit).
Here are four that come right to mind that are great entry level audiophile headphones and will help you stay closer to your desired range than your cap:
Sennheiser 58X (Well-reviewed, comfortable, good all arounder at a great price)
Sennheiser 598/599/578/579 (all very similar headphones, very comfortable, a bit pricier, with a nice soundstage for gaming, in a classic design)
Sennheiser HD1 Over-ear (closed back, a bit of portability for the library or other out of dorm experiences, and some retro-cool to go with that electro-swing)
AKG 553 (Closed back, even performer, better sound-stage than most closed backs, and better bass than most AKGs)
The HiFiMan 4XX is close, but in my experience it really needs an amp to do its best, plus it's gigantic and kind of goofy, so we'll rule that one out. The low-impedance versions of the Beyers (770, 880, & 990) are also close, but a lot of younger people seem sensitive to their treble (I think because you haven't lost your hearing above 15khz like us older types).
I hope that gives you a good place to start.