I'm in the process of an identity design for an online magazine and I've come up with what I feel is appropriate logotype, and a heading/body copy pair that I also think work well. But when treating the logo as the top-level heading and looking at the overall hierarchy of the page, the logotype and headings don't pair too well. It isn't "ugly" by any means; they just don't compliment each other.
Does this matter? I know the simple solution would be to change one font to match the other, but if I make the headings the same font as the logo, doesn't this make the logo less distinctive? They also don't quite fit in each other's shoes, as they both have different functions: the logo is meant to be simple and versatile, while the headings bold and singular in focus.
So, in short: A.) Should I attempt to reconcile this? B.) If so, how?