Alright man, you started about ten pounds heavier than me when I started, and you're a few inches taller than me. So I'd say we're around the same starting block.
Keep things into compound movements, big lifts with heavy weight. Don't use machines, keep to dumbbell and barbell exercises that will help develop your stabilizer muscles along with the main muscle groups (Squats, deadlifts, bench, overhead press are compound movements).
If you're trying to do a lean bulk it can happen, but is fairly difficult and requires a lot of time. I bulk with whole foods, and essentially my bulking is just my yearly intake round the clock. The only time I deviate from that cycle is trying to get down to another weight class.
I started with a whole body muscle building workout I found on the front page of this site about a year ago. http://veganbodybuilding.com/?page=arti ... l_bodymass
I found it helped me build some muscle throughout my body and got me familiar with the exercises I was using.
If you want to get bigger, increase your calories. Plain and simple. I don't know what your desired goals are, but put the time and effort into your diet and the gym and you will get there.