Matisyahu has been touring in support of his latest album, AKEDA, which in Hebrew means “binding” in terms of sacrifice. Matisyahu is no stranger to the toll taken by spiritual sacrifice, having spent much of his youth and adult life soul-searching and exploring what it means to be Jewish. For a long stretch of his musical career he would take the stage with uncut hair, yarmulke, and full beard as he performed reggae-inspired, rap-pop tunes with a Hasidic bent. These days he looks like an average Joe, and his music has grown outside the confines of his self-constructed Jewish-reggae genre, but the music continues to have spiritual undertones. His performance this Thursday at The Showbox Market promises to be more than just your average show.