iTunes makes for a fine (though somewhat heavyweight) Audio Player.
The standard Listen link should work right out-of-the-box.
Generally speaking, iTunes will automatically play an M3U playlist file. If it doesn’t, there are other Listen links which may be more suitable for setting up iTunes.
From the File Menu, choose Open Stream URL…. Power-users can press
⌘U) on macOS
⌃U) on Windows
You’ll get a pop-up dialog. Then right-click on and copy the following Listen link:
Paste it into the input field, and click OK. The stream will play, and it will be added to the Songs list in your Library.
Download the proper Installer for your OS.
Browser clicks should be easy-peasy as long you keep this checkbox checked during installation;
[x]Use iTunes as the default player for audio files
Otherwise, you may need to do things The Hard Way.
This is the preferred player for macOS. Conveniently enough, it comes pre-installed. Imagine that.
I originally tested this out using iTunes 7.5.x * Archival . The macOS Application is now called Music, which at the time you read this is either what it’s currenly called, or what it used to be called years ago.