AKG 70x would probably be the last imaginable choice I would make for electronic music. They're excellent headphones, no doubt, but they're very flat, analytical, detailed, and very flat/thin on the bass (they have good natural bass, but not much bass presence, it's equally flat with the rest of the frequency.) Strike that, they would be the last imaginable choice behind Beats, which despite being far bassier has no detail and lots of bass bloom.
I think you need to decide a few facts before everyone can provide any meaningful suggestion: Do you need isolation (closed back) quasi attenuation (semi-closed), or is full open back ok? Fully Open may not be the route to go if lots of bass is important anyway, with the exceptions of maybe HiFiman HE-400 (or Audeze LCD-2 if you don't mind upping the price to $1k.)
Also, do you need them to be portable, or will these be used full size with an amplifier (or built in amp with a mixing board, etc.)
Yes i will need them to be close backed as i plan on using them for normal Ipod use as well.. Im looking for something deffinatly portable in the 250 range. I am in no way an audiophile so i dont need perfect headphones, But somethinng easier to make music with. If it helps i have been able to make dubsteps with my beats.. If you need any more info let me know. I use Fl Studios and record my own drums and ect into the mixes. Thanks!