Steven Spielberg‘s kids aren’t resting on their laurels, or their father’s billions. Sasha Spielberg, 23, and Theo Spielberg, 25, are becoming big names in the music business. The two were DJs at Teen Vogue‘s Young Hollywood Party on Sept. 27 in West Hollywood, California. And not only are they both in-demand DJs, they also have their own band, Wardell.
The duo released their EP Brother/Sister earlier in 2013 with fledgling label National Anthem, featuring the song “Opossum.” This year they signed with Jay Z’s Roc Nation management company. They will put out an album sometime in 2014.
Sasha also sold a pilot called Girls Without Boys that she wrote with Emily Goldwyn (daughter of producer John Goldwyn), with Parks and Recreation‘s Rashida Jones producing, to ABC. The pilot is described as “three brilliant but socially challenged girls” who “navigate the world outside of single sex education with the help of their eccentric teachers and parents” and is based loosely on the writers’ experience at a prestigious all-girls school in L.A.